Watch videos about the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders and our amazing staff and patients.
Welcome New Patients
A new diagnosis of cancer or a blood disorder can be overwhelming. This video goes over the basics of what to expect as a new patient and FAQ's for patients and families.
The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Phoenix Children's Hospital is the largest and most comprehensive in the Southwest.
Baylee's Story: Bone Marrow Transplant
When Baylee was 13 months old, she was diagnosed with a rare type of cancer and was given a 20 percent chance of survival.
Jack's Story: Neuroblastoma
Jack was diagnosed with neuroblastoma after complaining of pain in his armpit. They went from their pediatrician to Phoenix Children's for a CT scan, where they were told Jack had cancer; and it was the most bone coverage they had seen in years.
The Ronald A. Matricaria Institute of Molecular Medicine at Phoenix Children's Hospital
The Institute of Molecular Medicine brings cutting edge genetic technology to treating pediatric cancer and other childhood diseases. By studying a patient's genetic makeup, researchers can identify their susceptibility to disease, predict their response to a particular drug and match the patient with a personalized therapy.
Jessica's Story: Surviving Cancer
When Jess was 16 years old, she was unexpectedly diagnosed with cancer. Watch her journey that took her from a patient, to an artist, to a PR professional at Phoenix Children's.
Dr. Roberta Adams Explains Why You Should Take Your Child To A Pediatric Hospital
Roberta Adams, MD - Director, Ottosen Family Blood and Marrow Transplant Program at Phoenix Children's Hospital in collaboration with Mayo Clinic-Arizona talks about the benefits of taking your child to a pediatric hospital like Phoenix Children's Hospital for their medical needs.