- How is childhood leukemia treated?
- Immediate treatment of childhood leukemia
- Surgery for childhood leukemia
- Radiation treatment for childhood leukemia
- Chemotherapy for childhood leukemia
- Targeted therapy for childhood leukemia
- High-dose chemotherapy and stem cell transplant for childhood leukemia
- Treatment of children with acute lymphocytic leukemia
- Treatment of children with acute myeloid leukemia
- Treatment of children with acute promyelocytic leukemia
- Treatment of children with juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia
- Treatment of children with chronic myelogenous leukemia
- More information on treating childhood leukemia
- Status of acute leukemia after treatment
- Clinical trials for childhood leukemia
- Complementary and alternative therapies for childhood leukemia
More information on treating childhood leukemia
For more details on treatment options – including some that may not be addressed in this document – the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and CureSearch are good sources of information.
The NCI provides treatment guidelines via its telephone information center (1-800-4-CANCER) and its Web site (www.cancer.gov). CureSearch is a combined effort of the National Childhood Cancer Foundation and the Children's Oncology Group (COG). CureSearch can be contacted via telephone at 1-800-458-6223 or on the Web at www.curesearch.org.
Last Medical Review: 06/29/2012
Last Revised: 01/21/2013