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Pediatric Hematology-Oncology

St. Luke's Children's Hospital and St. Luke's Mountain States Tumor Institute (MSTI) are partners in Idaho's only pediatric cancer program and only accredited hemophilia center. Our pediatric oncologists/hematologists and a dedicated staff of skilled caregivers provide treatment and support for cancer and blood disorders in an environment designed to ease the discomforts of long-term care. 

St. Luke's MSTI cares for more than 200 new pediatric patients each year, from infants through young adults. We work closely with young patients and their families to provide support and education so you know what to expect from treatment, and from raising and caring for a child with a life-threatening illness. We’re committed to making treatment as comfortable and effective as possible, letting parents focus on helping their child get better, and allowing the patient to just be a kid.

  • Facilities & Locations

St. Luke’s MSTI is Idaho's only pediatric cancer program, where we care for more than 200 new pediatric patients each year, from infants through young adults.


  • Location & Contact Info

    100 E. Idaho St.
    Boise, ID 83712
    (208) 381-2782

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Clinical Trials at St. Luke's MSTI

Access to Leading-Edge Cancer Research

Through our participation in regional and national clinical research studies, St. Luke’s MSTI is able to bring trial opportunities to our pediatric patients that are on the forefront of cancer care. Your child may participate in many of the same clinical trials as patients at the most-respected cancer centers in the world, including Mayo Clinic and MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Get Involved – St. Luke’s Children’s

You Can Make a Difference

You can make a real difference to kids and families facing medical challenges. We hope you’ll help us provide the exceptional healthcare these kids deserve. We encourage you to get involved by making a financial gift, sponsoring or attending events, or volunteering your time.

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