“He was the first one who gave me hope.” - Patient
Clarke Anderson, M.D., is City of Hope's go-to professional for handling difficult and often heart-rending cases of cancer in small children, especially neuroblastomas, or tumors of the central nervous system.
Dr. Anderson joined City of Hope in 2005 after many years at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. He received his medical degree from Creighton University School of Medicine, Omaha, NE.
Dr. Anderson frequently travels around Los Angeles and Antelope Valley to care for children in underserved communities, sparing them the trip to the City of Hope campus in Duarte. He also pioneered the Children's Hospice program in Los Angeles.
Information listed here is obtained from Pubmed, a public database; City of Hope is not responsible for its accuracy.