Specialists in Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders
Visit Sanford Children’s Hematology and Oncology for exceptional care of children with cancer and blood disorders. You’ll find caring pediatric hematologists and oncologists armed with the latest treatment techniques and technologies. Get treatment for your child in a child-friendly and supportive environment. We emphasize play and fun to help keep your child comfortable when they need medical care.
Sanford Children’s provides a healing place for kids. We treat patients from infants to young adults.
Our specialists know that when they care for young patients, they’re caring for the whole family. Come to Sanford Children’s to find support for your family during every step of your child’s treatment.
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Common Pediatric Cancers and Blood Conditions
Sanford Children’s has pediatric specialists that are experts in diagnosing and managing a variety of conditions. Our number of specialties and specialists goes unmatched in the region.
Our pediatric hematologists and oncologists treat:
Benign hematologic conditions: These can include anemia, hemophilia, enzyme disorders and more. A combination of lifestyle changes and medication can help manage these inherited blood conditions.
Bleeding and clotting disorders: Unnecessary or excessive clotting can block blood flow to vital organs. It is treated with blood-thinning medications.
Blood cancers (leukemia): Blood cancers need to be monitored and can be treated with chemotherapy, radiation therapy, stem-cell transplants or a combination of these treatments.
Bone marrow failure syndromes: Children whose bone marrow can’t properly make blood cells have bone marrow failure. Treatment for these conditions depends on the failure’s cause.
Childhood cancers: Your child’s treatment options will depend on the type of cancer and its severity. Treatment can include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, immunotherapy or a combination of these options.
Childhood skin cancer: Skin cancer is rare in children, but it can happen. Children should see a dermatologist if they have an odd-looking or unusually large mole.
Myelodysplasia: Visit Sanford Children’s Myelodysplasia Clinic if your child has this rare bone marrow disease. It needs highly specialized treatments, or it may progress into leukemia.
Survivorship: Children who have survived cancer can experience side effects months or years after cancer treatment. At Sanford Children’s, child cancer survivors get long-term follow-up care to help keep them healthy years after cancer.
Get compassionate care for your child’s hematologic condition or pediatric cancer. Our clinics and medical centers have the latest technologies to ensure your child gets the best care possible. Find a clinic or specialist.