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About The James

About the OSUCCC- James


The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James) contributes to the global war on cancer by conducting scientific research that translates to leading-edge cancer diagnostics, treatments and prevention strategies. Leveraging the university’s academic depth and breadth, the OSUCCC – James’ nearly 300 researchers and approximately 200 subspecialized oncologists are speeding the discovery and delivery of molecular-based therapies for individual cancers, leading to more options, faster responses, fewer side effects and better outcomes for patients.

In December 2014, after a decade of planning, design and construction, the OSUCCC – James opened a 21-story, 1.1-million-square-foot cancer hospital to replace the original James that had opened in 1990. The new 356-bed cancer hospital brings researchers and clinicians into closer working proximity, facilitating translational research and giving patients quicker access to innovative science-based treatments that target their individual cancer. No cancer is routine, and the OSUCCC – James is not a routine cancer hospital. It is a transformational facility that stands as a model for all 21st century cancer hospitals by bringing personalized clinical care, research and education together in a subspecialized model that furthers the institution’s pursuit of a cancer-free world.

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