New Statewide Initiative Aims to Identify New Treatments, Reduce Endometrial Cancer Rates

A statewide effort – initiated at the OSUCCC – James – to identify women with Lynch Syndrome could lead to new endometrial cancer treatments, and may help prevent some from developing the disease at all. Read More

A statewide effort – initiated at the OSUCCC – James – to identify women with Lynch Syndrome could lead to new endometrial cancer treatments, and may help prevent some from developing the disease at all. Read More

Study of Ohio Firefighters Aims to Identify Cancer Risks

Some firefighters can be at higher risk for certain cancers because of occupational exposures. A James research expert is leading a study of Ohio firefighters and the variables that can contribute to their increased risk. Read More

Some firefighters can be at higher risk for certain cancers because of occupational exposures. A James research expert is leading a study of Ohio firefighters and the variables that can contribute to their increased risk. Read More

Working Together to Beat Endometrial Cancer

Paul Goodfellow, PhD, and David Cohn, MD, will lead The Ohio Prevention and Treatment of Endometrial Cancer (OPTEC) project and continue working to help patients with Lynch syndrome and endometrial cancer. Read More

Paul Goodfellow, PhD, and David Cohn, MD, will lead The Ohio Prevention and Treatment of Endometrial Cancer (OPTEC) project and continue working to help patients with Lynch syndrome and endometrial cancer. Read More

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