The Pediatric Oncology Program of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center is focused entirely on the research and treatment of childhood cancers. As one of the leading Cancer Centers in the United States, Johns Hopkins is at the forefront of developing new treatments and designing clinical trials. Each year, more than 12,000 children and teens are diagnosed with cancer ranging from leukemia to sarcoma. Most of them will be cured and go on to lead healthy, productive lives because of innovative research and cooperative clinical trials. As a leader in pediatric cancer research, Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology is dedicated to making new discoveries to improve the lives of children with cancer in Maryland, the nation, and around the world.
Types of Childhood Cancers
More information on types of childhood cancers we treat at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.
I Have Cancer
Meet our team of experts dedicated to improving the cure rates for kids with cancer. Watch video.
See our campers at Camp Sunrise, a week long camp for kids with cancer.