Childhood Solid Tumors

Solid tumors are a category of cancers that develop within bones, tissues (such as muscles or tendons), or organs (such as the liver or kidneys). While some types of solid tumors, such as neuroblastoma and Wilms tumors, are exclusive to children, others can affect both children and adults. 

Our team of renowned surgeons and medical professionals adopts a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to addressing solid tumors, incorporating surgical interventions, interventional radiology, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. The Department of Pediatric Surgical Oncology at Aster CMI Hospital also offers dedicated specialty programs that are led by pediatric practitioners who have extensive expertise in specific forms of solid tumors. These programs also encompass teams of sub-specialists and skilled nurses equipped with specialized training and years of demonstrated proficiency in the field.