Texas Childrens Hospitals lymphoma center opens
Thanks in part to a $10 million donation to the Texas Children’s Hospital, the hospital’s Cancer Center opened the Fayez Sarofim Lymphoma Center on June 26.
The Fayez Sarofim Lymphona Center is the first and only center dedicated to pediatric lymphoma care in the world. Research done there and any breakthroughs will be shared with other researchers worldwide. The center is a branch of the Texas Children’s Cancer Center.
“The breakthrough discoveries that take place in the labs of the Fayez Sarofim Lymphoma Center will represent the future of lymphoma treatment and the best hope for children with this disease,” said Dr. David Poplack, director of Texas Children’s Cancer Center and professor of pediatric oncology at Baylor College of Medicine in a press release. “This generous gift ensures our physicians and researchers are able to continue developing the most advanced therapies in our search for a cure for pediatric lymphoma.”
The Texas Children’s Cancer Center is located at 6701 Fannin Street, Suite 1410, in Houston.
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