Join us for a tour of the Cancer Immunotherapy Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). CHOP is where the first pediatric patient in the world received immunotherapy for cancer, in 2012. Since then we’ve treated more children with this revolutionary new treatment than any hospital. In this video tour, Paulina, who traveled to Philadelphia from Mexico for T-cell therapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia, helps explain the steps for cancer immunotherapy for kids. You’ll also meet key members of the cancer immunotherapy team, including Dr. Stephan Grupp and Dr. Shannon Maude, the pediatric oncologists who lead the program at CHOP.
Related Centers and Programs:
Cancer Immunotherapy Program, Cancer Center, Relapsed Leukemia and Lymphoma Program