City of Hope offers comprehensive, family-centered and leading-edge treatment for childhood, adolescent and young adult (AYA) patients with neuroblastoma, Wilms' tumor and a wide variety of other benign and malignant solid tumors that require expert care for the best chance of a cure.
Neuroblastoma is cancer that develops in immature nerve cells, representing a diagnostic and treatment dilemma that requires expert knowledge of the tumor’s biology. At City of Hope, our ground-breaking work in laboratory science and patient care gives us the experience to determine whether the individual diagnosis calls for observation or the most aggressive approach.
City of Hope is at the leading edge of discovery of new treatments forchildhood cancers, including leukemia and lymphoma. We offer both outstanding medical care and psychosocial support to young cancer patients and their families.
For Lior Goldberg, M.D., his work as pediatric oncologist centers around curiosity, compassion and courage. He makes sure to genuinely get to know the patients and families he serves, sharing in the difficult aspects of cancer and its treatment while helping ease distress.
Sonal Khemani, M.D., is committed to providing her young patients with the type of high-quality, equitable care that she would expect for her own children. She enjoys getting to know the people she treats and working with other providers to offer the best possible care.