Doctors Focus on Improving Radiation Therapy Accuracy in Early-Stage Breast Cancer

A new clinical trial seeks to improve the geometric accuracy of breast radiation by using a real-time imaging map to guide treatment based on the specific location of a tumor within the breast. Read More

A new clinical trial seeks to improve the geometric accuracy of breast radiation by using a real-time imaging map to guide treatment based on the specific location of a tumor within the breast. Read More

The Impact of Giving: Marsha's Story

Marsha Harris, a lung cancer survivor, benefitted from research discovery at the OSUCCC – James, which was fueled by philanthropy. Read More

Marsha Harris, a lung cancer survivor, benefitted from research discovery at the OSUCCC – James, which was fueled by philanthropy. Read More

Collaboration is Key to Cancer Research

The “Moonshot to Cure Cancer” effort reinforces a message sent by the National Cancer Institute several years ago that collaborative science is the key to success. Read More

The “Moonshot to Cure Cancer” effort reinforces a message sent by the National Cancer Institute several years ago that collaborative science is the key to success. Read More

An Orphan Program

Like orphan malignancies generally, sarcomas are uncommon, and research into their causes and treatment are underfunded. Read More

Like orphan malignancies generally, sarcomas are uncommon, and research into their causes and treatment are underfunded. They are a broad and heterogeneous group of cancers that make up less than 1 percent of adult malignancies and about 10 percent of childhood cancers. Read More