Treating Solid Tumors

Our patient care teams bring together expertise from diagnostic imaging, surgery, radiation therapy, interventional radiology, and more. This diverse expertise allows us to look at conditions from all angles when developing a care plan.

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Types of Solid Tumors in Children and Teens

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The Solid Tumor Center at Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center treats children and teens with a variety of solid malignancies, from bone and soft-tissue tumors to liver and kidney tumors. Our doctors apply a multidiscplinary approach to treating solid tumors that includes surgery, interventional radiology, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. Some of the conditions we treat:

Bone tumors (also called bone sarcomas)

Desmoid tumors

Endocrine tumors

Germ cell tumors

Kidney (renal) tumors

Liver tumors

Neuroblastoma

  • Neuroblastoma
    — including relapsed and refractory neuroblastoma

Rare tumors

Retinoblastoma

Soft tissue tumors (also called soft tissue sarcomas)