Buckeye Great A.J. Hawk Shares His Drive to Help Pediatric Cancer Patients

Buckeye football great A.J. Hawk explains why he and his wife, Laura, teamed with The James to start the Hawk Family Fund, which benefits pediatric cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy. Read More

Buckeye football great A.J. Hawk explains why he and his wife, Laura, teamed with The James to start the Hawk Family Fund, which benefits pediatric cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy. Read More

An Interactive Wall for Pediatric Cancer Patients

Dr. Douglas Martin show us how pediatric cancer patients can choose an animated forest friend to accompany them throughout their entire treatment journey at the new James. Read More

This week on Toward a Cancer-Free World, 10TV’s Tracy Townsend and Dr. Douglas Martin show us how pediatric cancer patients from Nationwide Children’s Hospital can choose an animated forest friend to accompany them throughout their entire treatment journey at the new James. Read More

Prostate Cancer: Multiple Treatment Options Available

Roughly one in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. But how should men stay vigilant and prepared? Physicians recommend that men begin annual prostate screening exams at the age of 50. Read More

Roughly one in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. But how should men stay vigilant and prepared? Physicians recommend that men begin annual prostate screening exams at the age of 50. However, men with higher risk of prostate cancer, including African-Americans and men with a family history of this disease, should begin screening in their 40s, says Geoffrey Box, MD, urologic surgeon at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center - James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute. Read More

Head & Neck Cancer: Recent Discoveries and New Clinical Trials

Cancers collectively known as head and neck cancers typically begin in cells that line the moist, mucosal surfaces inside the head and neck including the mouth, nose and throat. Read More

Cancers collectively known as head and neck cancers typically begin in cells that line the moist, mucosal surfaces inside the head and neck including the mouth, nose and throat. Head and neck cancers are further categorized by the area in which they begin. According to the National Cancer Institute, tobacco use, alcohol use and human papillomavirus infection are important risk factors for head and neck cancers. Read More