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Section Pediatric Brain Tumors

Dear parents and children,

Dr. Pascal Johann, Dr. Elke Pfaff, Dr. Hendrik Witt, Dr. Till Milde, Prof. Olaf Witt, Dr. Dominik Sturm, Dr. Cornelis van Tilburg, Dr. Barbara Worst, Prof. Stefan Pfister
© Till Milde

children and adolescents with brain tumors are treated in our Section Pediatric Brain Tumors of the Department of Pediatric Oncology, Hematology and Immunology of the University Hospital Heidelberg. By closely collaborating with the Departments of Neuropediatrics, Neurosurgery and Neuroradiology and many other specialized departments we are able to offer optimal treatment and care for children suffering from brain tumors and their families.

Please follow the link below for further information on and appointments in our Section Pediatric Brain Tumors.

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