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More than anything else on the medical horizon, CAR-T cell therapy stands poised to alter cancer treatment. But it's not there yet.
After initial cancer treatments, a secondary, incurable tumor may form, known as a treatment-induced high-grade glioma. Thankfully, researchers are searching for a cure for these high-grade gliomas in children.
The goal of the study is to identify biologically rational therapeutics for the medical treatment of adamantinomatous craniopharyngioma by confirming the overexpression of specific molecules and ultimately improving treatment for patients with this rare tumor.
Intestinal polyps form in childhood for a variety of reasons, many of them not well understood. Our team collaborates to study what makes them tick.
Getting diagnosed with a rare brain tumor wasn't easy for 18-month-old Papi Martinez and his family. But his care team is better equipped than ever to treat him.
Read pediatric research on the correlation between socioeconomic status and early death after childhood cancer diagnosis.
Read about Children's Hospital Colorado's research on using autophagy to block BRAF inhibition to treat brain tumors.
Advancing Treatment for Pediatric Craniopharyngioma (ATPC) is North America’s first multicenter consortium dedicated exclusively to the discovery and testing of novel therapies for children with adamantinomatous craniopharyngioma (ACP).
Dr. Di Paola researched what low platelets, acute lymphoblastic leukemia and a gene mutation have in common using DNA.
Dr. Michael Verneris' search for answers led to groundbreaking discoveries in bone marrow transplant and cellular therapy that will save thousands of lives.
Read about how Dr. Lia Gore helped discover a new drug to treat pediatric leukemia.
Children’s Hospital Colorado physicians would like to learn more about medical marijuana in children with brain and spine tumors. Get information on volunteer requirements, compensation and how to participate.
Learn how to enroll your child in clinical trials and research for cancer and blood disorders at Children's Hospital Colorado.