Norton Children’s Cancer Institute Programs

Norton Children’s Cancer Institute, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, provides a number of specialized treatment programs using the latest medical technology to help kids get better.

Cellular Therapy ProgramOne of the latest advances in specialized cancer treatments including CAR-T cell therapy.

Infusion Centers – Care based on each patient’s specific needs and concerns.

Pediatric Radiation Therapy Program – Kids get their treatment in a separate, specially designed wing of the state-of-the-art Norton Cancer Institute Radiation Center – Downtown.

Immunotherapy – New treatments stimulate the immune system to help the body reject or destroy tumors.

Brain Cancer Program – We have the ability to pinpoint the tumor while avoiding damage to surrounding healthy tissue.

Oncology inpatient careThe Addison Jo Blair Cancer Care Center welcomes families for sophisticated treatment that’s designed “Just For Kids.”

Ortho-oncology – See specialists at the leading edge of sarcoma and bone cancer care.

Pediatric Psychosocial Program – Kids are surviving cancer and often need help re-adjusting to the disruptions of fighting cancer.

Apheresis and photopheresis program – We’re home to the region’s only program to treat blood disorders and other conditions in children.

Total body irradiation – This is designed to prepare your child for a stem cell or bone marrow transplant.

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Norton Children’s Cancer Institute

Talk to a member of our care team about advanced pediatric cancer care.

Call (502) 629-7725

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