The Cancer and Blood Disorders Center is among the most experience and largest programs providing personalized care for each and every patient. Children and their families from throughout the world are treated in our programs. Our physicians are nationally and internationally know for the specialized care they provide.
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer have long shared a common vision of finding cures for childhood cancer and related blood disorders. Today, the MACC Fund Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders outpatient clinics at Children's Hospital provide bench to bedside resources to transform cancer and blood disorder research for the next generation of children.
The outpatient clinics within the MACC Fund Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders provide treatment for infants, children, teens and young adults with blood disorders including cancer, non-malignant blood diseases, immunodeficiency states and bleeding disorders.
For more information on each of our specialized programs, visit the following pages:
The Cancer and Blood Disorders Program has a number of services to support survivors and those undergoing treatment, including: