In this Cancer Matters podcast, Dr Bill Nelson speaks to Dr Kathy Ruble about her work on cognitive development with survivors of pediatric cancers.
Defying the odds is a familiar theme for Jonathan Gould, a junior on the University of Florida football team. In high school, Gould, from Elkridge,… Read More »Cancer Patients Who Continue to Inspire – Jonathan Gould
A collaboration between a Johns Hopkins pediatric patient, a rising indie alt/pop group and an organization dedicated to spreading the medicine of music created a… Read More »Music Video Features Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology Patient to Raise Awareness
The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Pediatric Oncology Program ranked #10 in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Hospitals for Pediatric Cancer list. It is… Read More »Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology Ranked Top 10 in U.S.
Kimmel Cancer Center pediatric cancer patients had an out-of-this-world experience complements of the Space Suit EXPLORATION Project and Projekt Postcard. Patients chatted with astronaut Nicole… Read More »Pediatric Oncology Patients Become Space Explorers
Johns Hopkins undergraduate student Sabrina Wang won first place in a competition among 125 students for her research on a lethal type of pediatric brain… Read More »Johns Hopkins Student Wins Top Prize For Research on Lethal Brain Tumors in Children
On a block of vacant row homes near the Johns Hopkins Medicine campus in East Baltimore, the Ulman Cancer Fund is building an 8,000 square-foot… Read More »Ulman Fund breaks ground on residence for young adults with cancer
A rare cell line developed by Johns Hopkins researchers is giving scientists their first chance in decades to test new therapies for a lethal pediatric… Read More »Two Studies Uncover Potential Treatments for Lethal Pediatric Brain Cancer DIPG