The Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and the Richard J. Solove Research Institute comprise the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center. The James, as it is known, is driven by its vision to create a cancer-free world, one person, one discovery at a time. The Center is a Comprehensive Cancer Center as designated by the National Cancer Institute, a distinction it has maintained since 1976. More than 200 oncologists and their support staffs provide state-of-the-art care and conduct hundreds of clinical trials designed to improve patient outcomes through more precise, targeted therapies.
The James research program includes more than 300 scientists from 12 of the 14 colleges at Ohio State and is divided into five thematic areas: Cancer Control, Leukemia Research, Molecular Biology and Cancer Genetics, Molecular Carcinogenesis, and Chemoprevention and Translational Therapeutics. Treatment at The James is focused on providing each patient with optimal therapy with the compassionate, patient-centered, personalized care.
Name: Ohio State’s Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute
Location: Columbus, Ohio