Dayton Children's Difference
top clinical protocols
Dayton Children's is a member of Children's Oncology Group (COG), a multi-center alliance with other leading pediatric cancer institutions, including Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Boston Children's Hospital. Dayton Children's was COG approved in July 2017, joining a select group of pediatric oncology groups. The Children's Oncology Group conducts studies designed to improve our understanding of childhood cancer, its treatment and its cure. This membership ensures your child receives access to the best protocols and clinical trials.
Dayton Children's pediatric cancer patient outcomes are consistent with the superior results of other top pediatric cancer institutions. Our most recent patient survival outcomes data from 2008-2014 is higher than SEER data (SEER collects data on cancer cases from various locations and sources throughout the United States) from the same time period.
Our cancer team is cross-trained in hematology and oncology to provide on-going, personalized care throughout your child's treatment (beginning with your child's first appointment and continuing into remission care). In our integrated care setting, all departments (infusion, outpatient, and inpatient) are located on the same floor. This environment enhances familiarity with doctors & staff and improves our ability to provide consistent, high-quality care, while relieving anxiety and stress for families.
close to home
Cancer treatment involves many appointments, sometimes over a period of years. Dayton Children's understands the difficulty this can present to your work schedule and daily life. That is why we offer convenient geographic locations for care; Dayton Children's Hospital in downtown and Dayton Children's Hospital in Springboro.
types of pediatric cancer
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