Hematology, Oncology and BMT Research and Innovation

Genome Sequence

Profile of a Cancer: Getting to Know Ewing Sarcoma

Understanding how to fight a deadly enemy requires knowledge of its back story, its habits, where it hangs out and how it behaves under pressure. Ewing sarcoma has been called in for questioning.

Leena Nahata, MD

A Guide to Creating a Pediatric Fertility Preservation Program

An international network of providers who helped develop programs in their home institutions have developed a roadmap for others who want to do the same.

Natural Killer Cells

A Novel Role for TGFβ in Boosting Anti-tumor Functions of Natural Killer Cells

NK cells are an important part of the strategy to manipulate the immune system to fight cancer. Making TGFβ-resistant NK cells is a step toward improving their activity against it.

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A Multimodal Treatment Approach Produces Excellent Outcomes in Pediatric Paget-Schroetter Syndrome

Anticoagulation and decompressive rib-resection surgery together allow young patients to return to normal activity, however the utility of thrombolysis for this condition remains unclear.

Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy Type 2E

Generating the Genome: How Scientists Changed the Face of Cancer Research

Team science. Ongoing innovation. Brilliant minds. Here’s how The Cancer Genome Atlas spawned a revolution in cancer research and technology.

A Potentially Effective Way of Targeting Ewing Sarcoma

Every Ewing sarcoma cell line tested in a recent study had sensitivity to the agent SP-2509, now in Phase 1 clinical trial.

Cancer Patient

How to Identify and Treat Blood Clots in Pediatric Patients With Cancer

New guidelines will help doctors recognize and treat children at risk of venous thromboembolism.