iPOG Network

Helping you deliver optimal supportive care

Whether you are creating, reviewing or using supportive care guidance for children and adolescents receiving cancer treatments, the iPOG Network is important to your work.

Our Impact

How we help

We aim to enhance the quality of life of children and adolescents receiving cancer treatment by accelerating the development and incorporation of evidence-based supportive care guidance into standards of care internationally.


Sharing best practices in supportive care guidance development and implementation


Avoiding duplication by sharing guideline work plans and endorsement processes with the community


Communicating supportive care guidance and evidence gaps to the pediatric oncology community


Providing a forum for guidance dissemination and implementation


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Explore guidance for providing optimal supportive care to children receiving cancer treatments or undergoing bone marrow transplant.

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