Pediatric Blood & Cancer
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Edited By: Editor-in-Chief: Peter E. Newburger, M.D. | Deputy Editor: Thomas Gross, M.D., Ph.D.
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The journal is pleased to announce a new submission type—On Children, Blood, and Cancer. These submissions will provide personal perspectives on the experiences of children with cancer or blood disorders, or of caring for these children. The section will be led by Dr. David N. Korones, of the University of Rochester. For more information, visit our Author Guidelines page.
Standards for Psychosocial Care for Children With Cancer and Their Families
This Special Issue is dedicated to the memory of Robert J. Arceci, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Arceci, an internationally prominent pediatric oncologist and the former editor of this Journal, was, throughout his life, committed to a biopsychosocial approach and to advancing the behavioral health of children with cancer and their families. While working tirelessly to cure pediatric cancer, he also strongly believed that children and families deserve effective psychosocial care to alleviate suffering until cures without costs emerge. Dr. Arceci championed publication of the Standards for the Psychosocial Care of Children with Cancer and their Families in this Pediatric Blood and Cancer Special Issue until his death on June 8, 2015. We are grateful for and will miss his passionate enthusiasm, his support and his friendship.
Publication of this supplement is made possible by the Mattie Miracle Foundation.