ACE Program Facts
- Database includes patients ranging in age from 4 to 62 years of age.
- ACE nurse practitioners are active in the Children's Oncology Group (COG) Nursing Discipline Late Effects Subcommittee and in ongoing development of national late-effect monitoring protocols.
- The team is active in the state and local American Cancer Society's Childhood Cancer Conference.
- ACE team members have been invited speakers at national and international conferences on various late-effect topics. Continuing education is offered to internal medicine residents, Children's Medical Center staff and professionals entering the long-term follow-up subspecialty. The program also serves as a community resource.
Unique Features of ACE
- Monitoring for late effects of cancer
- Routine screening for second malignancies
- Education about risk factors and health maintenance
- Referrals facilitated to appropriate subspecialists when indicated
- Participation in Childhood Cancer Survivor Study and other survival research
- ACE Navigator - A computer program for survivor education
ACE Contact & Map
An ACE brochure may also be requested or printed online.
Children's Medical Center
1935 Medical District Dr
Dallas, Texas 75235