Thanks to funding support from GIVEHOPE and BSI Engineering, Inc., scientistsat UC can continue research that could help better treat pancreatic cancerpatients.
The UC Cancer Institute is hosting a free educational event surroundingpancreatic cancer for patients, survivors, their families and the community.
To say Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky resident Doug Lange, 63, is always on the go isan understatement.
A clinical trial hosted at the is looking at ways proton radiation couldimprove outcomes and quality of life for patients with anal cancer.
Marion Croswell, 97, says aside from being a wife and mother to her fivechildren, Croswell VIP Motorcoach Services was her life.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and UC Health are bringingadvanced cancer care for pediatric and adult patients with the region's firstProton Therapy Center.
Elizabeth Conley, 63, believes that God guides our journey every step of theway. Part of Conley's journey, unfortunately, involved esophageal cancer.
Janet Fatika believes it's her dedication to staying active that's helped herovercome some big health obstacles. In March of 2015, Fatika was diagnosed withkidney cancer.