Leukemia and Lymphoma Program

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is led by oncologists who are internationally recognized for their expertise in leukemias and lymphomas that occur in children, adolescents and young adults. Our team draws on the most current and comprehensive knowledge of pediatric leukemia and lymphoma care to make critical decisions about your child’s care plan. From the initial diagnosis through every phase of treatment and beyond, you’ll have access to a large, dedicated team of care providers who specialize in your child’s specific cancer and your family’s unique needs.

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Why Choose Us?

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Your child's oncologist is not only expert in delivering treatment, but is involved in the development of new ways to treat these diseases more safely, effectively and with fewer side effects. Some of the most significant breakthroughs in the treatment of pediatric cancers have happened right here at Children's Hospital.

Our Team

We bring together a team of experts in each type of leukemia and lymphoma, and each treatment option to develop a comprehensive care plan that ensures the best possible outcome.


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New Patients, Referrals and 2nd Opinions

Get a Second Opinion

Our experts are here to review your child’s diagnosis and treatment plan, and work with primary oncologists as needed.

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Patient-Family Education

Review educational information for individuals and families facing childhood cancer.