Patient Support

 

What to Expect at the OSUCCC – James

Prospective, new and existing patients can access information to help prepare for appointments with our experts and visits to the OSUCCC – James.

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Support During Treatment

Learn about the support and resources available to you while undergoing treatment at the OSUCCC – James, such as financial and medication assistance.

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Activities and Classes

Learn about the activities and classes available to you while undergoing treatment at the OSUCCC – James through JamesCare for Life.

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Living with Cancer

Access support information and educational resources developed specifically for individuals diagnosed with cancer.

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Support for Caregivers

Access support information and educational resources developed specifically for individuals caring for someone with cancer.

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Center for Cancer Health Equity

Learn about how the OSUCCC – James is increasing cancer awareness in minority communities locally, regionally and nationally.

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800-293-5066


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460 W. 10th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210


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614-293-8657


Get Your Medical Bills


614-293-2100


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Latest News

New Clinical Trial Aims to Reprogram Cells to Attack a Specific Relapsed Blood Cancer

An upcoming clinical trial at The James aims to reprogram a patient’s immune cells to attack a specific relapsed blood cancer, called multiple myeloma. The idea is to “super-charge” the patient’s immune...

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NCCN Publishes New Guidelines for Smoking Cessation, Effort Led by Ohio State Oncologist

To meet the needs of patients who are smokers at the time of a cancer diagnosis, the National Comprehensive Cancer Network has published smoking cessation guidelines. Ohio State's Peter Shields, MD...

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Molecules in Prostate Tumors Might Predict Whether RT Can Help Prevent Recurrence

A new study has identified a group of molecules in prostate-cancer cells that doctors might one day use to distinguish which patients should be treated with radiation therapy if rising PSA levels...

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