I was fortunate to have been able to work at a progressive hospital in the Northeast; still well recognized for its pediatric cancer program. I followed many children and their parents through their treatments and outcomes. This was in the 80s and 90s. This hospital, along with Mass General in Boston, were the only 2 in New England recognized for their specific areas of expertise. Along with pediatric oncology heart disease and prevention was and continues to be top notch. I am proud to have been a phlebotomist, a teacher and ultimately supervisor at this fantastic facility. I couldn’t agree with you more. My best friend in 3rd grade was lost to leukemia. Much has been learned since, but more age appropriate pharmaceuticals are in desperate need. Thank you for raising this issue I hope the right people take note.
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