Selecting where a child will receive their cancer treatment is one of the biggest decisions a caregiver can make. The Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC Children’s specializes in providing our patients—from infants through young adults—with the latest pediatric cancer treatments by nationally recognized medical specialists. We are dedicated to not only treating cancer, but also the needs of the whole child—emotional, spiritual, and physical. Children simply shouldn’t have to give up being kids while dealing with the grown-up issue of cancer.
In 2011, Children’s Hospital of Orange County was ranked in eight specialties in U.S. News Media Group’s Best Children’s Hospitals rankings. Among the more than 200 children's hospitals in the United States, the Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC Children's ranked 28th in cancer treatment.
- Bone and Soft Tissue Sarcoma Treatment Program
- Solid Tumor Treatment Program
- Histiocytosis Treatment Program
- Neuro-oncology Treatment Program
- Adolescent and Young Adult Treatment Program
- Lymphoma Treatment Program
- Leukemia Treatment Program
- Recurrent and Refractory Cancer Treatment Program
- Palliative Care Program
- After Cancer Treatment Survivorship Program
- Comprehensive child-life and support programs that provide social, emotional and educational support for patients and families.
- State-of-the-art in-hospital facilities that provide many of the comforts of home.
- Special events and activities for patients and their families.
- Nationally recognized surgeons using the latest worldwide procedures.
- An Outpatient Infusion Clinic that eliminates the need for hospitalization for chemotherapy and other treatments.
- Highly skilled nurses with special pediatric oncology training.
Learn more about Hyundai's incredible gift--the largest corporate gift in our hospital's history.
Patient Profile - Jenee Areeckal
Jenee Areeckal, cancer survivor, talks about her experience with cancer as part of the It Can't Own Me--interviews with young cancer patients series.
Hyundai Donation - Hope on Wheels
Hope On Wheels and Hyundai Motor America presented the second installment of a $10 million commitment to CHOC Children’s to fund groundbreaking cancer research at the Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC Children’s.
Give Miracles: Frankie's Story
Frankie Mach, a 20-year-old mother of two found out she had cancer; just days after her daughter's cancer went into remission. As Fox LA's Al Naipo reports, Mach is taking part in a unique treatment program, offered by CHOC and UC Irvine for adolescent and young adult cancer patients.
Josh is a 16 year old cancer patient who uses painting as a creative outlet for dealing with his treatment. In this video, Josh talks about his creative process and shows some of his work.
Hyundai Motor America Donation - CHOC Children's
Hope On Wheels and Hyundai Motor America presented the second installment worth $2 million and part of a $10 million commitment to CHOC Children’s to fund groundbreaking cancer research at the Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC Children’s. To commemorate the event, Hope On Wheels hosted its signature Handprint Ceremony.
News and Announcements
The Future of the AYA Cancer Movement: A Chat With Dr. Leonard Sender
December 03, 2013
Dr. Sender is regarded as one of the leading advocacy pioneers of the adolescent and young adult (AYA) oncology movement
Conference addresses broad aspects of adolescent and young adult cancer treatment
September 12, 2013
An upcoming conference co-hosted by the Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC Children’s will address the nuances of caring for adolescents and young adults with cancer.
Dr. Leonard Sender to Appear on American Health Journal on Friday, July 26 at 5:30 p.m.
July 25, 2013
CHOC Children’s and World Wide Motion Pictures Corporation Join Forces to Raise Awareness – and Funds - for Pediatric Cancer
June 19, 2013
CHOC Children’s has partnered with World Wide Motion Pictures Corporation in a nationwide effort to raise awareness – and funds - for pediatric cancer through the award-winning feature film, “Ways to Live Forever,” which opens in select U.S. theaters this July 19th.
Dr. Geetha Puthenveetil to Appear on American Health Journal on Thursday, December 27th at 12:30 p.m.
December 19, 2012