Request a Second Opinion

At Texas Children's Hospital, we understand the importance of certainty and confidence in your child's healthcare journey. When facing a diagnosis of cancer or blood disorders, having access to a second opinion can provide the reassurance and clarity you need to make informed decisions about your child's treatment plan.

Introducing Our Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Second Opinion Service

We believe every parent deserves peace of mind. That's why our Pediatric Hematology Oncology division offers a comprehensive second opinion service, designed to review and validate your child's current medical diagnosis and treatment plan. Our dedicated team of specialists is here to offer their expertise and guidance, ensuring that you have all the necessary information to choose the best path forward for your child's health.

How Our Second Opinion Service Works

Expert Review. Our team of pediatric oncologists and hematologists will thoroughly review your child's medical records, test results, and current treatment plan.

Personalized Consultation. We provide a detailed consultation to discuss our findings. We ensure that you have the opportunity to ask questions and understand all the options available.

Collaborative Approach. We work closely with your primary physician to offer insights and recommendations that complement your child's ongoing care.

Access to Advanced Treatments. Our specialists are at the forefront of pediatric cancer and blood disorder treatments, offering access to the latest therapies and clinical trials.

Why Consider a Second Opinion?

Confirmation of Diagnosis. A second opinion can confirm the initial diagnosis, giving you confidence in your child's treatment plan.

Exploration of Treatment Options. We can provide alternative treatment options or additional interventions that may be available.

Expertise in Rare Conditions. Our specialists have extensive experience in treating rare and complex conditions, offering insights that can be critical to your child's care.

Peace of Mind. Ultimately, a second opinion gives you the assurance that you have explored all avenues for your child's treatment.

Next Steps

If you're considering a second opinion for your child's cancer or blood disorder management, we're here to help. Contact us at 1-800-226-2379, and our team will guide you through the process of obtaining a second opinion at Texas Children's Hospital.

Remember, you're not alone on this journey. At Texas Children's Hospital, we're committed to providing you and your child with the care and support you need at every step.