The Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center (CCBDC)
The mission of the Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at CHKD is to provide the highest level and quality of care available. We are committed to being regional and national leaders
in the treatment of children with cancer, sickle cell disease, coagulation disorders and
general blood disorders.
Our staff is especially trained to provide comprehensive care to infants, children,
adolescents, young adults and to help their families cope with the stress of a child's illness.
The Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center (CCBDC) follows more than 500 childhood cancer patients, ranging in age from 0 to the mid-20s. On average, more than 70 new cases
are diagnosed annually. We also care for more than 500
children with sickle cell and nearly 300 children with coagulation disorders.
In addition, we follow/consult on hundreds of
children with general hematology