News/Events

8/18/2014

Clinical Trial Looks at Anti-Malarial Drug to Help Treat Cancer

Clinical Trial Looks at Anti-Malarial Drug to Help Treat Cancer A clinical trial is attempting to determine if certain doses of ananti-malarial drug used in combination with standard therapy for advancedcancers could be beneficial.

8/14/2014

50th Autologous BMT Patient Says 'Superb Team' Is Worth the Travel

After 32 years in the cake and candy business, Angie Trent of Chesapeake, Ohio,decided to enjoy the sweet rewards of retirement and sold her business.

8/7/2014

Focus On Research With Graduate Student Ganesh Moorthy

Ganesh Moorthy, a graduate student in the Winkle College of Pharmacy, is the2014 winner of the AACR GlaxoSmithKline Outstanding Clinical Scholar Award.

8/7/2014

Medical Physics MS Program 1 of 2 in U.S. Providing Clinical Experience

The UC medical physics master's program provides students with clinicalexperience. It is only the second of its kind in the country--the other is atVanderbilt University.

7/31/2014

HEALTH LINE: Cancer Experts Support Surgeon General's Melanoma Initiative

UC Cancer Institute skin cancer experts support the U.S. surgeon general'sinitiative to prevent melanoma, as they see the detriment caused by the sunevery day.

7/31/2014

Focus On Staff With Alison Kastl

Alison Kastl, director of clinical trials at the UC Cancer Institute, earned abachelor of science degree in natural sciences from Xavier University in 1996.

7/28/2014

Patient Overcomes Advanced Melanoma With Rare IL-2 Treatment

Cosmetic reasons--and a desire to spend the leftover money in her healthsavings account--were behind Julie Shelton's decision to remove a mole behindher right leg.

7/24/2014

Herzog Named New UC Cancer Institute Clinical Director

Thomas Herzog, MD, University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine alumnus,will be the new clinical director of the UC Cancer Institute, effective Aug. 1.