The Texas Children's Cancer Center is an integral part of the Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center with programs that serve pediatric patients and transition young cancer patients to adult care.
Offering a wide range of pediatric cancer specialties, TCCC is home to the Childhood Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Center, a joint center of Baylor College of Medicine and the MD Anderson Cancer Center, that pursues population-based and molecular epidemiology studies of childhood cancer.
In addition, TCCC patients have the ability to participate in cancer genetic studies through the NCI-supported Texas Cancer Genetics Consortium. For more information see Texas Children's Cancer and Hematology Centers.
The Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center's continued commitment to research helps improve present and future cancer care. Learn about our current cancer-related clinical trials.