Learn More About Your Risk For Cancer

November 25, 2014 8:04 am
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Hampel, Heather

In 2004, the U.S. Surgeon General declared Thanksgiving as National Family History Day to encourage Americans to learn more about their family histories while they are spending time together. Sharing family medical history information is important because it can help family members understand their risks for developing certain diseases such as cancer or coronary heart disease, which are the two most common diseases and causes of death in the...
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Carole and David Schuller: A Passion for Living, Giving and Working Toward a Cure

November 24, 2014 9:45 am
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Schullers

Carole and David Schuller, MD, celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary this year, and it’s quickly apparent why: They laugh together,praise and support one another and share a love for family and friends. Their passion for life is evident — whether taking grandchildren to an Ohio State Buckeye football game, walking their beloved corgis or talking to donors about supporting The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G....
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Community Reactions to the New James

November 20, 2014 10:01 am
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Tracy Townsend and John Schueler

Two Sundays ago, on November 9, more than 9,000 community members toured the new James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute during the OSUCCC – James’ community open house. At the open house, Tracy Townsend, WBNS 10TV News Anchor, sat down and spoke with OSUCCC – James cancer patient and survivor John Schueler. As a cancer survivor who was given six weeks to live more than two years ago,...
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Progress is Happening at The James

November 18, 2014 8:18 am
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Stefanie Spielman

Stefanie shared this thought throughout her life and today I continue to share that message with all of you. No, we don’t have a cure for cancer yet, but we are taking small steps every day of making that goal a reality. Recently, I had my annual lab visit with some of the researchers benefiting from Spielman Fund dollars. You can read more about their work here [link to...
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