What are the different centers in pediatric oncology?

There are several. Almost all children with cancer treated in the United States are treated at centers belonging to the children's oncology group. If you go to their website, childrensoncologygroup.Org, you will be able to search for member centers near you.
Childrens Onc Group. The children's oncology group web site - www.Childrensoncologygroup.Org maintains a list of pediatric oncology centers that participate in cog.
There are many. Virtually every children's hospital in the USA has a pediatric oncology program. You are fortunate to live in Dallas, TX, where Children's Medical Center in Dallas and Cook's Medical Center in Ft. Worth are both outstanding centers for Pediatric oncology.
If you meant..... Where do people receive treatment, there are treatment centers all around the country, typically located in population centers at tertiary care medical centers. A list of centers and trained professionals in pediatric hematology/oncology can be found on the children's oncology group website, which is www.Childrensoncologygroup.Org.
Ex: Johns Hopkins. •bone marrow transplant program •histiocytic disorders program •hodgkin's disease program •immunology program •leukemia program •long-term survivors program •musculoskeletal tumor program •neuro-oncology program.

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Can you please describe the differents careers in pediatric oncology?

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