pediatric oncology

Pediatric Oncology Patients Become Space Explorers

Pediatric Oncology Patients Become Space Explorers

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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 Stott via Skype as they created artwork that will become part of a replica space suit and post cards that will be sent to the International Space Station. Child Life(...)

Johns Hopkins Student Wins Top Prize For Research on Lethal Brain Tumors in Children

Johns Hopkins Student Wins Top Prize For Research on Lethal Brain Tumors in Children

Posted by  | Childhood Cancer, Research

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 tumor called atypical teratoid/rhabdoid tumors (AT/RT), the most common brain tumor type in infants. The award was presented at the AACR 2017 annual meeting in Washington, D.C., on April 2.(...)

If You Could Live Forever

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Joining forces to beat childhood cancer and raise awareness, Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology, along with other cancer-related organizations, have been selected by World Wide Motion Pictures Corporation to receive a portion of the box-office proceeds from the North American release of the upcoming film, Ways to Live Forever. According to the film's trailer, "12-year old(...)