Stem Cell Transplant for Sickle Cell Anemia

Cure & Beyond


Childhood cancer survivors often have medical and psychosocial concerns that are different from their peers. Our dedicated team of physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists, and educators provide ongoing services such as education for the survivor about his or her previous diagnosis and therapy, with recommendations for further care; assistance in transitioning to adult medical services; and observation and documentation of late effects. The freestanding, off-site program offers a warm, safe, and comfortable environment to address the unique concerns of its survivors.

Cure and Beyond provides comprehensive, lifelong support services for survivors who are 2 or more years past their treatment for childhood cancer, regardless of where they received their treatment.

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