We are delighted to welcome Dr. Stephen P. Hunger, MD, as the new Chief of Oncology and Director of the Center for Childhood Cancer Research.

Dr. Stephan Grupp and the Penn Medicine research team presented the latest results of the CART19/CTL019 trials for patients adult and pediatric patients with CLL and ALL during this weekend's ASH Meeting.

The WebMD Health Heroes awards celebrate those who recognized a need for change, pushed past adversity, and were able to health inspire others in meaningful ways. Dr. Grupp and his patient, Emily Whitehead, are featured for their remarkable story and her subsequent advocacy efforts for childhood cancer research programs.

To learn more about the 2013 WebMD Health Heroes, please visit the WebMD Magazine's Health Heroes page.

Recently the CHOP Cancer Center has been featured in several medial outlets. Visit the links below for the stories featuring the incredible stories of our patients and physicians!

60 Minutes Australia: T Cell Therapy Story features Dr. Stephan Grupp and his T Cell therapy patients.

The Wall Street Journal highlights Dr. Jill Ginsberg and the growing field of fertility preservation in pediatric cancer patients.

Fox 29 features former CHOP patient and Parkway Run Ambassador, Antonio Santos. Read about Antonio's story and Give Forward campaign here.

Heroes for a Cure: Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and Northwestern Mutual have partnered to raise money for pediatric cancer research. Their campaign features Drs. John Maris and Michael Hogarty and two of our patient-families.

The Courier-Post features CHOP Four Seasons Parkway Run ambassador Hailey. Read more about her story and the importance of funding for childhood cancer research.

The American Cancer Society is celebrating their 100th anniversary by highlighting the work of 100 people leading the fight against cancer. Dr. Seif and her team are featured in story #63.

Contact: Rachel Salis-Silverman, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 267-426-6063 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

A physician-researcher from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia will lead the first-ever pediatric “Dream Team” solely focused on creating new treatments for the most challenging childhood cancers. Stand Up to Cancer (SU2C) and the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, along with the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), SU2C’s scientific partner, announced this Dream Team today during a press conference at the AACR Annual Meeting 2013 in Washington, D.C.