Pediatric clinical trials at Dell Children's
When your child might benefit from participating in a clinical trial as part of their cancer or blood disorder treatment, there is a lot to think about. But you’re not alone — doctors at Dell Children’s Blood and Cancer Center at Ascension Seton are here for your family. Depending on your child’s diagnosis, your child’s doctor may recommend a clinical trial as part of their care plan. And start a conversation with your child’s doctor about clinical trials if you have questions.
Blood and cancer clinics trials
Dell Children’s Blood and Cancer Center is a member of the Children's Oncology Group, a National Cancer Institute-supported clinical trials group and the world’s largest organization dedicated to pediatric cancer research. As part of the Children’s Oncology Group, our specialists collaborate with doctors and researchers from across the world to bring new and advanced treatment options to our patients. At Dell Children’s Blood and Cancer Center at Ascension Seton, your child has the opportunity to participate in the latest clinical trials. Many factors affect a child’s eligibility for clinical trials. Even if your child does not participate in a clinical trial, they may be cared for using the most up-to-date treatments developed by the Children’s Oncology Group.
When you choose Dell Children’s for your child’s care, you get an entire team of experienced specialists dedicated to your child and your family. And by listening to understand your child and your family’s needs, we deliver compassionate, personalized care from diagnosis through recovery for cancer and blood diseases. Your child’s doctor can help you decide if a clinical trial is right for your child.