Leveraging the University’s academic depth and breadth, The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center- Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute is speeding the discovery and delivery of molecular- and genetic-based prevention and treatment for individual cancers, leading to improved outcomes, faster responses, more options and fewer side effects. More than 300 researchers from 12 of Ohio State’s 14 colleges collaborate on breakthrough discoveries for new, more targeted ways to prevent, detect, treat and cure individual cancers. The James has more than 200 oncologists, each of whom specialize in just one type of cancer.
In 2014, Ohio State will open the new James, the 21st century cancer hospital, with 21 floors and 306 beds. A founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network and one of the only 41 NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers in the nation, Ohio State is rated exceptional-the highest rating given by the National Cancer Institute, and is ranked among the top 20 cancer hospitals in the nation by US News and World Report.
To learn more, visit the James Website