Cancer and Blood Disorders
The MACC Fund Center is among the most experienced and largest specializing in treating children of all ages with cancer and blood disorders. With access to key resources and related specialties, we can provide the most efficient, personalized and comprehensive care. The resources are enhanced by collaboration with partners like the Medical College of Wisconsin and BloodCenter of Wisconsin.
We are the only children's hospital in the state designated as a Phase I Center by Children's Oncology Group, an award given to just 21 centers nationwide. This allows children in our care to benefit from clinical research trials to explore new therapies for childhood cancer.
Our program was named among the nation's best in U.S. News & World Report's 2013-14 Best Children's Hospitals report.
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- Research updates: Children's Hospital receives $325,000 in pediatric cancer research grants.
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Children's Hospital has a number of specialized programs and clinics to treat a variety of cancer and blood disorders.
- Our Blood and Marrow Transplant Program is internationally recognized for its expertise in allogeneic transplant, including unrelated donor blood and marrow transplants for a variety of childhood cancers and hematologic disorders.
- Our Hematology Program offers comprehensive services for the treatment of children, adolescents and adults with acute and chronic blood disorders.
- Our Oncology Program provides highly specialized treatment for a variety of childhood cancers.
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Parents magazine ranked cancer care at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin #9 in the nation in its 2013 Best Children's Hospitals survey.
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