Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
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The breadth and depth of specialists and subspecialists at the Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is unrivaled in North Texas. With 24 pediatric hematologists and oncologists on staff, all of whom are faculty members at UT Southwestern Medical Center, we care for more than 1,000 new patients each year making the Gill Center the largest childhood cancer and blood center in the region.
Exceptional Clinical Care
- Brain Tumor
- Musculoskeletal Tumor
- Genitourinary Cancer
- Cancer Susceptibility
- Cancer Survivors (After the Cancer Experience-ACE)
Leader in Research
Today, a significant number of Gill Center staff members are recognized nationally and internationally as leading experts in their fields based on their clinical acumen and their scholarly and research activities, which includes leadership of research studies conducted at UT Southwestern and in multiple-institution consortia.
Dr. Ted Laetsch was featured on the largest regional public radio station KERA program Think about the future of pediatric cancer treatments.
The Gill Center and its staff – whose physicians also are faculty members at UT Southwestern – are committed to developing skilled and capable pediatricians. Many pediatrician residents at UT Southwestern go on to participate in the university’s Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Fellowship Program, the only fellowship training program of its kind in North Texas.
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