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Ashley’s childhood cancer diagnosis in 1985 inspires her still today

Oct. 14 holds a special place in the hearts of Marcy Anderson and her daughter Ashley. It’s a reminder of their resilience through uncertain times as it was on that date in 1986, that Ashley had her final chemotherapy treatment at Children’s Minnesota in St. Paul.

Riley starts the new school year after spending summer break fighting rare form of lymphoma

For 10-year-old Riley and his family, the summer was not the break they were hoping for. In early June, Kacy and Cody got the news that their son had a rare form of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. They were understandably sad and hoping it was all a bad dream. But from the beginning, the family decided they were going to face cancer head on and focus on staying positive.

Sen. Amy Klobuchar discusses drug shortage bill at Children’s Minnesota

The Kid Experts at Children’s Minnesota welcomed Sen. Amy Klobuchar to its Minneapolis hospital to discuss bipartisan legislation to address nationwide drug shortages.

Nothing stops Sloan: from a brain tumor to a national competition before age 9

Sloan is one of nine students selected as a finalist in her age category for the National Braille Challenge. Very impressive, especially when you consider Sloan’s been living with a brain tumor most of her young life.


Children's C.H. Robinson Infusion Center is the first pediatric cancer and blood disorders infusion center of its kind in Minnesota. Located at Children's – Minneapolis, the center provides more than 5,000 infusion visits per year. Using the center to receive chemotherapy, blood products or other infusions can eliminate the need for an inpatient stay, reduce insurance and hospital costs, and improves quality of life by allowing children to return to home or school more quickly. We are nationally recognized for our efforts to reduce the severity of side effects related to treatment.

Blood Disorders Services

Comprehensive Clinics - Many of our programs offer specialty clinics that include a variety of experts available in a single clinic visit.

What to expect

If your child is diagnosed with cancer or a blood disorder, we understand it's not easy news to hear, but know that Children's Minnesota will be with you and your child along every step of the way. We believe that by providing the best journey for the patient and family, it will lead to the best outcomes. You'll receive first-rate, compassionate care from the moment we meet.

Cancer Services

Comprehensive clinics - Many of our programs offer pediatric specialty clinics that include a variety of experts available in a single clinic visit.