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The Solid Tumor Center at Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center treats children and teens with a variety of solid tumors. Solid tumors are cancers that occur in the bones, tissues (such as muscles or tendons), or organs (such as the liver or kidneys). Some types of solid tumors occur only in children, including neuroblastoma and Wilms tumor. Other types can occur in children or adults, but the treatments that are effective for children differ from those used for adults. Our doctors apply a multidisciplinary approach to treating solid tumors that includes surgery, interventional radiology, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy.
Our specialty programs are led by pediatric clinicians with deep expertise in specific types of solid tumors. These programs also include teams of subspecialists and nurses with training and years of proven experience.
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