Cancer Survivors Month
A cancer survivor is someone who from the moment of diagnosis has successfully fought cancer or is in the process of fighting the disease.
June is Cancer Survivors Month. At the OSUCCC – James, we are committed to helping more people live in a cancer-free world. Our scientists work hard every day on cutting-edge research aimed at finding the best treatments for a person's unique cancer diagnosis.
You can celebrate Cancer Survivors Month with a gift that has a lasting impact on survivorship by supporting the OSUCCC – James. Transformational research depends on financial support from everyone that has felt the impact of cancer in their lives. With 1 in 2 people likely to develop some form of cancer in their lifetime, the time is now to join together to fight this disease.
Honor a Survivor.
Celebrate being a Survivor.
Create a tribute to a lost loved one.
Support Research and Survivorship
No matter why you give, or how much you give, your gift to support cancer research at the OSUCCC – James is critical to making sure there are more solutions to each individual cancer – and more survivors.
Simply put – your gift saves lives.
About The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James)
At The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James), our vision is to create a cancer-free world, one person, one discovery at a time. This underlies everything we do in working to eradicate cancer through research that translates to innovative and highly targeted patient care.
The OSUCCC – James is the only cancer program in the United States that features a National Cancer Institute (NCI)–designated comprehensive cancer center aligned with a nationally ranked academic medical center and a freestanding cancer hospital on the campus of one of the nation’s largest public universities.
Cancer is no longer defined solely by stage and location, but rather by its biologic and genetic makeup. There is no routine cancer — it is different in each person. Working together and utilizing state-of-the-art facilities and technology, clinicians and researchers at Ohio State are speeding the development and delivery of treatments that target the molecules and markers fueling each person’s unique cancer.