Norton Children’s Brain Tumor Program

Children and teenagers need brain tumor care tailored to their unique needs. The specialists at Norton Children’s Cancer Institute, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, and Norton Children’s Neuroscience Institute, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, work together to offer advanced care and the highest possible quality of life after treatment for children with brain tumors.

Norton Children's Cancer Institute
Norton Children's Neuroscience Institute

 Norton Children’s Neuro-oncology Clinic

Norton Children’s has Kentucky’s only multidisciplinary pediatric spinal cord and brain tumor treatment program. Because children require a different type of care than adults, our specialists have expertise in treating brain tumors in children.

Our team provides specialized care that includes the expertise of a pediatric neuroradiologist, neuro-oncologist, neurosurgeons and neurologists, radiation oncologists, pathologists and a psychologist. Our team works to offer top-notch care for your child combined with quality of life after treatment.

Norton Children's Neuro-oncology Clinic

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