Clinical Trials and Novel Therapies
As a recognized leader in clinical and laboratory research, Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center offers clinical trials for a wide range of children’s cancer and blood disorders. The trials we offer are the result of physician scientists pioneering the translation of breakthrough research findings from the laboratory to the clinic.
We have over 350 researchers in 47 laboratories performing cutting-edge research and over 250 active therapeutic clinical trials, many of which are only available at Texas Children’s. We work closely with the pharmaceutical industry to make important new agents available for children with cancer and blood disorders. Our physicians develop trials and participate in all major pediatric cancer and blood disorder cooperative clinical trial groups, like the Children’s Oncology Group (COG) and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Consortium (PBTC).
Search our featured clinical trials & novel therapies
Featured Brain Tumor Trials
Featured Bone Tumor Trials
Featured Ewing Sarcoma Trials
Featured Hematology Trials
Featured Histiocytosis Trials
Featured Immune Hematology Trials
Featured Immunotherapy Trials and Novel Therapies
Administration of rapidly generated LMP, BARF1 and EBNA1 specific cytotoxic T-lymphocytes to patients with EBV-positive lymphoma
Vaccination to enhance the antitumor activity of GD2 chimeric antigen receptor expression VZV-specific T cells in subjects with advanced sarcomas
Featured Leukemia Trials and Novel Therapies
Featured Liver Tumor Trials
Featured Lymphoma Trials
Featured Neuroblastoma Trials
Featured Retinoblastoma Trials
Featured Solid Tumor Trials
Featured Thyroid Cancer Trials
Featured Vascular Anomalies Trials
Over 80% of our patients are involved in a clinical trial or study since research shows that children treated on a clinical trial have better outcomes. Every eligible patient is considered for entry in National Cancer Institute-approved trials, and the vast majority are registered in these studies. We work closely with referring physicians and families to identify appropriate options for each individual child and to support the child and the whole family through the entire treatment process.
Interested in learning more? Frequently asked questions about clinical trials