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Pediatric Oncology

Pediatric Oncology

The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Division of Pediatric Oncology 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.

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Hello from Camp Sunrise 2018!

Camp Sunrise is a week-long summer camp in Annapolis, Maryland, for children who have been diagnosed with or have survived cancer. Campers are given the opportunity to establish strong peer relationships with the other children they can relate to that are going through the same experiences and feelings as they are with their cancer treatment. At Camp Sunrise, campers also gain independence from the regimen of cancer treatment, and enhance their self-confidence by trying new activities offered while attending the camp.

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Explore Research
Nicholas receives cutting edge treatment at Johns Hopkins for his rare disease. Learn about research at Johns Hopkins that is helping children throughout the world.

CART cell

CAR-T Cell Therapy
Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology is one of just two dozen cancer centers in the U.S. that are administering CAR-T therapy for children and young adults. Learn more.

Giant Food - Fight Childhood Cancer

Fight Childhood Cancer with Giant
Giant's Fight Childhood Cancer campaign runs from August 17 - October 11, 2018. Support Johns Hopkins pediatric cancer research by purchasing a coupon book at your local Giant store today!



What is Hope?

Hope is a place...Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology. We are dedicated to making new discoveries to improve the lives of children with cancer in Maryland, the nation, and around the world.