Max, CHOC patient with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), participates in cancer research trials to improve outcomes and treatments.
Colorful comics aid young patients in understanding and providing assent for participation in research studies to advance treatments.
CHOC oncologists developed an app to promote inclusion and support pediatric cancer survivors facing mental health challenges.
The ACTS program at the Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC receives recognition for their work to provide long-term care to cancer survivors.
Research projects of the winners – 12 of 23 were awarded funding – range from virtual reality training to the use of AI to predict COVID-19.
A new app may help reduce pain severity in children during cancer treatment, a recently published pilot study finds.