Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center

Committed to changing lives

See the difference we make.

Meet our heroes Freya's story

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center

Committed to changing lives

See the difference we make.

Meet our heroes Brooklyn's story

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center

Committed to changing lives

See the difference we make.

Meet our heroes Kennedy's story

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center

Committed to changing lives

See the difference we make.

Meet our heroes Patrick's story

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month













Texas Children’s Cancer
and Hematology Center

Committed to
changing lives

See the difference we make.

Meet our heroes

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month






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Making a life-changing difference

At Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center, we are changing lives every day. When patients come to us for help and healing, they become part of the Texas Children’s family. We are here for them every step of the way – from providing the very best care and treatment to joining in the celebration when a child takes his first steps. Here, patients and families tell their stories of hope, healing and triumph in their own words.

  • Freya's story

    Toddler Takes First Steps While Fighting Cancer

    Jonathan was holding his smiling and joyful 10-month-old daughter, Freya, in his arms when he noticed something unusual.


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  • Brooklyn's story

    Patient Overcomes Cancer to Become Thriving Preschooler

    Beginning in 2019, U.S. Postal worker Jamal Revis began to notice something was ‘off’ with his daughter, Brooklyn, who had just celebrated her second birthday.


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  • Kennedy's story

    Young Cancer Patient Runs Past Milestones

    “It’s Mohawk Man!” exclaims pediatric neuro-oncologist Dr. Holly B. Lindsay as she opens her arms wide to greet her patient, 22-month-old Kennedy Cloutier.


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  • Patrick's story

    International teen braves nine-month cancer fight

    When 14-year-old Patrick O’Hara-Mendoza was diagnosed with cancer in 2021, his medical team made an immediate referral to Texas Children’s Hospital.


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Quote icon I tell other moms to go straight to Texas Children’s if their kids need medical care. I guarantee there is someone at Texas Children’s who will know what’s going on and can help. Christina Cloutier, mom of cancer patient







Why Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center?

At Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center, we offer every child state-of-the-art treatment, honesty, transparency, compassion and guidance through each step of the journey – based on a wealth of knowledge and experience.

As one of the largest pediatric cancer and hematology centers in the United States, with access to the most innovative treatments, research and clinical trial networks in the world, we are uniquely equipped to provide this kind of care.

It is reassuring to parents when they learn that world-renowned experts from multiple specialties and subspecialties sit together in the same room to discuss their child’s case and the best treatment for their child. All major decisions regarding a child’s course of care involve the entire team. It’s like getting second, third and fourth opinions from a diverse set of experts at every critical point.

As a parent, we know you would travel to the ends of the earth to seek the best possible care for your child. Since Texas Children’s is rooted right here in the Lone Star State, you can easily access the quality of care, as well as experience and expertise, your child deserves. Texas Children’s Hospital is one of the nation’s best, largest and most comprehensive specialty pediatric hospitals, with more than 4.3 million patient encounters annually. Texas Children’s continues to be a preeminent resource for health and hope to all children and their families.



New cancer patients

diagnosed each year

Bone marrow transplants

performed yearly

Clinical trials

available