The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James) is one of only 48 National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the United States.
A national and international leader in research that translates to high-quality patient care and education programs, Ohio State's cancer program has been addressing all aspects of cancer care — prevention, detection, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation since 1976.
With your help, we can further the research and discoveries being made to best prevent, detect, treat and cure cancer. When you support cancer research at Ohio State, you help save more lives.
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Surgical Oncology Research and Education Fund
Supports cancer research and education in Surgical Oncology.
Surgical Cancer Research Fund
Funds are used to enhance cancer research in the Department of Surgery.
Surgical Oncology Breast Cancer Research Fund
Supports Surgical Oncology breast cancer research.
Hepatopancreatobiliary (HPB) Cancer Research Fund
Funds to be used for HPB cancer research. Use of funds under the direction and approval of Dr. Mark Bloomston (and/or successor). Can be used for research, education, outreach and other uses.
Sarcoma and Surgical Oncology Support Fund
Supports research, education and training, patient care and outreach or other programs or activities on sarcoma or surgical oncology in The James toward work of Dr. Raphael Pollock (or successor).
Henry Lynch Sarcoma Research Fund
Established May 2014 in honor of Henry Lynch. Supports basic, translational, and clinical high grade sarcoma research under the direction of Dr. Raphael Pollock (or successor).