Department of Internal Medicine

The Department of Internal Medicine is home to several cancer divisions committed to creating a cancer-free world.

Division of Hematology

The Division of Hematology is an academic unit that is committed to research (basic, translational, and clinical), education, and outstanding outpatient and inpatient clinical care of patients with non-malignant and malignant blood disorders.

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Division of Medical Oncology

The Division of Medical Oncology has a long history of providing compassionate, personalized service to those suffering from solid malignancies. The mission of the Division is to continue as a national leader in the field of Medical Oncology while developing a molecular approach to medicine for the 21st century.

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Division of Human Genetics

The Division of Human Genetics within the Department of Internal Medicine is an academic unit that provides outpatient and inpatient consultation service, performs clinical and translational research and participates in medical center and community education and outreach.

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Division of Cancer Prevention and Control

The overall goal of the Division of Cancer Prevention and Control is to conduct research to reduce the incidence, mortality and morbidity of cancer.

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The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute

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Columbus, Ohio 43210

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