Team of Texas scientists
Other colloquium presentations touched on pediatric brain tumors, childhood leukemia, neuroblastoma and epidemiology of childhood cancer. "The purpose was to bring together pediatric oncologists from throughout Texas to share information about the diagnosis, treatment, outcomes and patterns of care of Texas children with cancer," said Sharon B. Murphy, M.D., CCRI director.
The CCRI invited all pediatric cancer specialists in the state and welcomed participants from the UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, UT Medical Branch at Galveston, UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, Baylor College of Medicine and other Texas programs.
The Pediatric Cancer Colloquium was made possible by generous support from Amgen Inc. Like Armstrong’s record-setting win, this statewide "meeting of the minds" promises to become a winning tradition – a tradition that one day will help eliminate cancer, once and for all.
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