Cancer Institute, Cincinnati Magazine Partner for Fundraising Competition

Cancer Institute, Cincinnati Magazine Partner for Fundraising Competition The UC Cancer Institute is participating in the Cincinnati GIVES challenge--aunique fundraising opportunity in partnership with Cincinnati Magazine.


97-Year-Old Pancreatic Cancer Patient Keeps Fighting With Help From UC Team

Marion Croswell, 97, says aside from being a wife and mother to her fivechildren, Croswell VIP Motorcoach Services was her life.


T Cell Channel Could Be Targeted to Treat Head and Neck Cancers

Researchers at UC have discovered that an ion channel, active within T cells(white blood cells), could be targeted to reduce the growth of head and neckcancers.


'The Marlene Harris and Ride Cincinnati Lobby' Named at Barrett Center

The lobby of the Center for Women's Cancer has officially been named "TheMarlene Harris and Ride Cincinnati Lobby."


Jensen Symposium Brings Bright Minds Together to Discuss Cancer Research

To celebrate expertise and encourage discussion, the Department of CancerBiology hosted the "Jensen Symposium on Breast Cancer" Nov. 3-4 in KresgeAuditorium.


Free 'Discovery to Recovery' Event Educates on Spectrum of the Disease

To educate on the latest breast cancer research as well as the spectrum of theillness, UC Cancer Institute's Breast Cancer Center is hosting a free event.


Newlyweds Among Thousands to Walk for Research at UC Brain Tumor Center

People diagnosed with a brain tumor cannot only survive, but they can also livehappily ever after.


Lexington Physician Plans for Future With Help from UC Oncofertility Team

For Micean Johnikin, MD, a 38-year-old pediatric cardiologist in Lexington,Kentucky, Christmas 2015 wasn't filled with tidings of comfort and joy.