Multiple Myeloma Research in Progress at The James

The Multiple Myeloma Research in Progress event awarded $25,000 from the MMORE for Multiple Myeloma Research Fund to Dr. Don Benson to help support his research. Read More

The Multiple Myeloma Research in Progress event awarded $25,000 from the MMORE for Multiple Myeloma Research Fund to Dr. Don Benson to help support his research. Read More

Son to Scale Mt. Kilimanjaro to Honor Father and Raise Money for Multiple Myeloma Research

Mitch Happeney will climb Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise awareness – and research funding – for multiple myeloma in honor of his father, who has been in and out of treatment for the disease since 2008. Read More

Mitch Happeney plans to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise awareness – and much needed research funding – for multiple myeloma in honor of his father, who has been in and out of treatment for the disease since 2008. Read More

Coming Together as a Multiple Myeloma Community on June 4

Multiple myeloma is a relatively rare blood cancer, for which there is no cure. Find out how you can get involved in supporting the search for a cure. Read More

Multiple myeloma is a relatively rare blood cancer, for which there is no cure. Find out how you can get involved in supporting the search for a cure. Read More

New Clinical Trial Aims to Reprogram Cells to Attack a Specific Relapsed Blood Cancer

An upcoming clinical trial at The James aims to reprogram a patient’s immune cells to attack a specific relapsed blood cancer, called multiple myeloma. Read More

An upcoming clinical trial at The James aims to reprogram a patient’s immune cells to attack a specific relapsed blood cancer, called multiple myeloma. The idea is to “super-charge” the patient’s immune system so that it responds to the cancer by attacking it – all while offering the patient a drug-free treatment alternative. Read More

Individualizing Treatments for Multiple Myeloma

This week on Toward a Cancer-Free World, Dr. Craig Hofmeister shares how using an actual virus to help treat certain blood cancer patients may just get us even closer to a cancer-free world. Read More

This week on Toward a Cancer-Free World, Dr. Craig Hofmeister shares how using an actual virus to help treat certain blood cancer patients may just get us even closer to a cancer-free world. Read More

Introducing The James 5K Race Series

In June 2014 the OSUCCC – James is kicking off the James 5K Race Series. This inaugural year of the series will feature five annual running events in Columbus, Ohio. Read More

In June 2014 The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James) is kicking off the James 5K Race Series. This inaugural year of the series will feature five annual running events in Columbus, Ohio, that will involve more than 3,200 participants and hundreds more who will come out to support their loved ones in their quest to make a difference for cancer patients and survivors. Read More

Understanding Multiple Myeloma

With the recent news about Tom Brokaw’s myeloma diagnosis, there has been more interest in what multiple myeloma is. Read More

With the recent news about Tom Brokaw’s myeloma diagnosis, there has been more interest in what multiple myeloma is. In myeloma, the cells in the bone marrow that are cancerous are plasma cells – these are white cells, and where 80 percent of their job is to make antibodies. The process of going from a normal plasma cell to a myeloma cell can take years or decades. Read More