Very Rare Malignant Tumors Program
Children with very rare malignant tumors will find unparalleled expertise in the multidisciplinary team at the Very Rare Malignant Tumors Program at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). These tumors come in different forms and are individually very rare, but as an aggregate, they comprise more than 10% of all pediatric cancers. Our program will give these patients a pediatric medical home and also drive discoveries in these often under-researched types of cancers.
Theodore Laetsch Joins Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to Launch Very Rare Malignant Tumors Program
A national leader in pediatric oncology research and treatment, Dr. Laetsch will also lead CHOP’s Developmental Therapeutics Program.
Why Choose Us?
The Very Rare Malignant Tumors Program is a part of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia’s highly ranked Cancer Center and is led by an expert in rare tumors.
Conditions We Treat
Learn more about the conditions treated at the Very Rare Malignant Tumors Program including:
- Rare Subtypes of Sarcomas
- Cancers Usually Found in Adults
- Neuroendocrine Tumors
- Pigmented Lesions