Pediatric Oncology

Pediatric Oncology

Pediatric Oncology Diagnosis and treatment of carcinomas affecting children and adolescents. Pediatric oncology requires a specialized team that includes pediatricians, medical oncologists, surgical oncologists, radiotherapists, psychologists, and nurses.

Types of childhood cancers include leukemia, brain and nerve tumors, bone cancer, kidney cancer, pediatric lymphoma, neuroblastoma, pediatric myeloma, and more.

In the field of pediatric oncology, comprehensive care is provided for children with cancer, starting with accurate diagnosis and evaluation of the tumor, and then developing an appropriate treatment plan that includes surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and other targeted therapies. Treatment aims to eliminate the tumor and improve the patient's quality of life.