Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Program
Connecticut Children’s Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Program collaborates with oncology specialists at the University of Connecticut Health Center, Hartford Hospital and St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center to provide consultation, medical care and support services for patients up to age 40 with diseases more often found in younger patients.
Advanced Therapeutic Program
This program offers new therapies and cutting-edge clinical trials to patients faced with recurrent or progressive cancers.
Cancer Support Services
The diagnosis of a child with cancer can feel overwhelming to parents and families and present unexpected psychological, emotional and social challenges. Connecticut Children’s Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders offers a variety of support services to help families navigate this unfamiliar experience.
Children, adolescents and young adults with brain tumors receive comprehensive neuro-surgical care, radiation oncology, radiology and oncology care.
Palliative Care Program/Sunflower Kids
Under the expertise of Kerry Moss, MD, patients living with progressive cancers are given advanced care to relieve their pain and suffering.
Reach for the Stars Survivorship Program
Led by Kerry Moss, MD and Eileen Gillan, MD, the Reach for the Stars Survivorship Program provides guidance and ongoing support to pediatric cancer survivors, along with access to resources to help them improve and maintain their quality of life as well as tackle roadblocks successfully.
Led by Michael Isakoff, MD, this program provides specialized care to children with malignant bone and soft tissue tumors, requiring the collaboration of oncologists, surgical specialists and surgical radiation oncologists.
Solid Tumor Program
Connecticut Children’s Solid Tumor Program is one of the few pediatric cancer programs in the country with a dedicated team. Our program is committed to early and accurate diagnosis of tumors. We expertly coordinate personalized treatment plans in a seamless manner following a child’s initial diagnosis.
Supportive Care Program
Directed by Andrea Orsey, MD, the Cancer Supportive Care Program is dedicated to improving the physical, emotional, cognitive and social health of children with cancer through evidence-based care, education and research.