Once a Day Pill Puts Lung Cancer Patient Back on the Golf Course Living Life to Fullest

Marsha Harris is a self-described fitness junkie – she loves staying active. So when she started experiencing labored breathing doing normal activities, she suspected it was lingering effects of a respiratory virus. It turned out to be stage-4 lung cancer. Read More

Marsha Harris is a self-described fitness junkie – she loves staying active. So when she started experiencing labored breathing doing normal activities, she suspected it was lingering effects of a respiratory virus. It turned out to be stage-4 lung cancer. Read More

Step Up For Stefanie’s Champions an Emotional Event Celebrating Blessings

Four caregivers received the Champion Award at the Step Up for Stefanie’s Champions Walk/Run on April 22, 2017. This award recognizes those providing loving, unwavering support to cancer survivors. Read More

The annual Step Up for Stefanie’s Champions Walk/Run took place on April 22, 2017 and four caregivers were honored with the Champion Award. Stefanie Spielman established the Champion Award to recognize one of the most critical factors in surviving cancer: loving, unwavering support. Read More

Spotlight on Stefanie’s Champions 2017

This week on Toward a Cancer-Free World, we meet 2017 Stefanie’s Champions Award recipient Chontae Pennyman – who showed extraordinary support and love for his wife, cancer survivor Lorraine. Read More

This week on Toward a Cancer-Free World, we meet a true hero and champion – 2017 Stefanie’s Champions Award recipient Chontae Pennyman – who showed extraordinary support and love for his wife, cancer survivor Lorraine, as well as their entire family. Read More

Prostate Cancer: Exploring the Options for Treatment

Approximately 180,000 American men will receive a new diagnosis of prostate cancer in the coming year. OSUCCC – James doctor Steven K. Clinton discusses active surveillance versus other treatment options. Read More

Approximately 180,000 American men will receive a new diagnosis of prostate cancer in the coming year. OSUCCC – James doctor Steven K. Clinton discusses active surveillance versus other treatment options. Read More