The CBCC welcomes Ashley Ratcliff, RN, BSN, who joins the research team as a research coordinator. Ashley has worked with blood and cancer patients on the 4North inpatient unit at Dell Children’s Medical Center for the last three years.more >
On Saturday, June 21st, teen patients from the CBCC spent the evening at Dell Children’s Medical Center. In their battle with chronic illness, they’ve spent countless hours on the CBCC inpatient floor or in the CBCC outpatient clinic.
But on this night, they are visiting Dell Children’s for a different reason. They are normal teens attending their prom and nobody is thinking about illness.more >
In March of 2006, Keri Byer was determined to help a friend who couldn’t afford to purchase her daughter’s prom dress. Keri had missed her own high school prom because of lack of finances, so she understood their pain.more >
Water is essential for life and one of the most important nutrients for our bodies. An adult could live up to six weeks without food but no more than a week without water. Water makes up about 75 percent of a person’s body weight and is involved in most bodily functions.more >
The month of March is more than shamrocks and beginning of spring, it's also National Nutrition Month.
Heather Garza, Children's Blood & Cancer Center pediatric dietitian specialist, will share several recipes and nutrition facts this month. We begin with the most important meal of the day -- breakfast!more >