From Doernbecher to Tanzania

Pediatric hematologist/oncologist Dr. Sue Lindemulder knows that families are families, no matter where they are in the world. For the last three years, Dr. Lindemulder has organized and led a...

Lizzy’s Doernbecher story

When 10-year-old Doernbecher Freestyle patient-designer Lizzy Olivan came down with a fever last summer, her mom Beatriz knew something wasn’t right. We sat down to learn more about Lizzy (now 11)...

Five things you might not know about cancer survivorship

1. Worry doesn’t go away when cancer does. While completing the final chemotherapy and/or radiation appointment is a huge milestone in the family’s journey, just because active treatment is...

A Q&A with Pediatric Hem/Onc nurse Lily

Happy Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses Day! We appreciate our incredible nurses every day of the year, but wanted to show some extra love for the RNs who care for our Hem/Onc...

Fun in the sun that’s healthy for the skin

With the heat wave finally receding, now's the perfect time to take your children outdoors and enjoy all the beauty of the Northwest. While staying active, experiencing nature and getting more...

Volunteer spotlight: Meet Chemo Pal mentors Jennifer, Allie and Jen

Meet Jennifer Thornton, Allie Busby and Jen Peckham, three OHSU employees who volunteer as Chemo Pal mentors, a Children's Cancer Association program that matches adults with kids undergoing cancer...

A ‘purrfect’ pair: Meet Doernbecher volunteers Huck and Carol

You'll know Doernbecher volunteer Huck Finn when you see him. Huck is a quiet, laid-back cat with a "checkered past," according to his owner, Carol Markt. His age is unknown, but Carol...