We treat every child, teen, and young adult with the expectation that he or she will survive cancer and return to a life focused on family, friends, and the future.
Meet patient Michael Rucci, who was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia at 16. Now a cancer survivor and college student, he’s ready to take the world by storm.
When two-year-old Emily was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, her parents chose Memorial Sloan Kettering for its advanced treatment options.
At Pediatric Convocation 2013, current and former patients treated in the Department of Pediatrics celebrate high school graduation with family, friends, and staff members.
At Memorial Sloan Kettering, an experienced team of physicians, nurses, and support staff care for children with the rare eye cancer retinoblastoma and their families.
Experienced and innovative, we use the most-advanced approaches to diagnose and treat childhood cancers.
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In a supportive environment, our patients can take part in school, recreational activities, and family-friendly events.
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Our experts care for young patients and offer many support services in the Claire Tow Pediatric Pavilion.
Our pediatric psychosocial care team complements the clinical care team by offering support to patients and their family members as they deal with a cancer diagnosis.
Explore inspiring stories from our pediatric patients and families, who describe how they coped with treatment, bonded with our staff, and demonstrated amazing strength.
See answers to common questions related to pediatric cancer care at Memorial Sloan Kettering.