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Most children with cancer are treated at major medical centers, however, many of these centers can not allocate you enough time due to staff shortage or workload. If you want to find the right answer to your important questions such as the following, you can contact.

  • Why do some children with cancer relapse after treatment, and how can this be prevented?
  • Are there other prognostic factors that will help identify which children need more or less intensive treatment?
  • Can chemotherapy drug resistance in cancer be reversed?
  • Are there better drugs or combinations of drugs for treating the different types of childhood cancer?
  • When should a stem cell transplant be used to treat cancer?
  • How effective are stem cell transplants in children who don’t have a brother or sister who is a good tissue type match?
  • Can a second stem cell transplant help children who relapse after a first stem cell transplant?
  • What are the best treatment approaches for children with less common cancers, such as juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia (JMML) and chronic myeloid leukemia (CML)?