What We Mean When We Say "There Is No Routine Cancer"

For experts at The James, “There is no routine cancer” is much more than a slogan – it’s a principle that promotes improved outcomes through individualized treatment plans for each patient. Read More

For experts at The James, “There is no routine cancer” is much more than a slogan – it’s a principle that promotes improved outcomes through individualized treatment plans for each patient. Read More

2018 Step Up for Stefanie’s Champions: Aiping Shao

A mother became a champion when she shook off her own shock and fear to help her daughter conquer cancer. Meet Aiping Shao, one of 2018's Step Up for Stefanie's Champions. Read More

A mother became a champion when she shook off her own shock and fear to help her daughter conquer cancer. Meet Aiping Shao, one of 2018's Step Up for Stefanie's Champions. 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

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