New Mobile Mammography Unit Takes High-Tech Screenings to Communities Throughout Ohio

The James is rolling out a new Mobile Mammography Unit that will travel to communities throughout Ohio, bringing state-of-the-art 3D mammogram screenings to more areas of the Buckeye State. Read More

The James is rolling out a new Mobile Mammography Unit that will travel to communities throughout Ohio, bringing state-of-the-art 3D mammogram screenings to more areas of the Buckeye State. Read More

Adolescent & Young Adult Cancers: New Programs & Services at The James

Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancers present patients with numerous unique challenges. Medical director of Survivorship Dr. Maryam Lustberg explains how The James is adding clinical care, programs and research to meet the needs of AYA patients. Read More

Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancers present patients with numerous unique challenges. Medical director of Survivorship Dr. Maryam Lustberg explains how The James is adding clinical care, programs and research to meet the needs of AYA patients. Read More

New Graft vs. Host Disease Findings Could Improve Treatment for Some Leukemia Patients

Hematologist Dr. Samantha Jaglowski discusses how a once-a-day pill can help some leukemia patients overcome side effects of treatment that can arise when the patient’s body recognizes the transplant as something that’s not supposed to be there. Read More

Hematologist Dr. Samantha Jaglowski discusses how a once-a-day pill can help some leukemia patients overcome side effects of treatment that can arise when the patient’s body recognizes the transplant as something that’s not supposed to be there. Read More

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