The Children’s Blood & Cancer Center (CBCC) of Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin, TX, is a healing place for children and their families in need of highly advanced care for pediatric cancers and blood disorders. Each day we dedicate ourselves to caring for children with diagnoses ranging from the most common to the most rare and complex conditions. By providing the best care possible with the dignity and respect everyone deserves, we are healing children — one little human at a time.

The CBCC opened in 1988 with the purpose of helping children return to healthy, productive lives while remaining close to home, surrounded by the love and support of family and friends. The CBCC offers patients a wide array of treatment options designed by the international research collaborative Children’s Oncology Group. These treatments can include chemotherapy, radiation therapy, surgery and immunotherapy.

Our mission is to cure and prevent childhood and adolescent cancer and blood disorders through individualized treatment, compassionate care and research. Our multidisciplinary team of specialists is devoted to treating the whole child, offering everything necessary to promote physical and emotional health and well-being — not just today, but for years to come.

The Children’s Blood & Cancer Center is part of the nationally recognized Dell Children’s Medical Center, a state-of-the-art facility providing care to sick and injured children and adolescents throughout the 46 counties that make up the Central Texas region. Dell Children’s Medical Center was designed to address the unique healthcare needs of children, providing specialized care and treatment with a family-centered approach that keeps patients close to their loved ones at all times. The CBCC consists of the inpatient unit located at Dell Children’s Medical Center and the outpatient ambulatory clinic located next door in the Strictly Pediatrics medical office building.

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