Receiving a cancer diagnosis is a life-altering moment that can leave patients and their loved ones feeling overwhelmed and uncertain about the next steps. In such critical times, seeking a second opinion from another expert may provide clarity,   (Read More)

National Cancer Survivors Month allows us to celebrate the approximately 18 million cancer survivors in the U.S. We also recognize their family members, friends, and caregivers who have been on the survivorship journey with them. An individual is   (Read More)

No one expects a cancer diagnosis.  It could be a small fear, hidden away in the back of your mind when you have a lingering illness or you’re not feeling great, but usually, it’s the furthest possible reason from your mind.  For OHC patient   (Read More)

When most people think of breast cancer, they imagine it affecting older women.  However, an alarming trend shows an increase in women under 40 being diagnosed at a higher rate than was previously seen.  For women like OHC patient Rebecca Davis,   (Read More)

Colorectal cancer is the third-leading cause of cancer deaths in men and the fourth-leading cause in women in the United States.  Treatment typically includes surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and targeted therapies, with new developments in   (Read More)

On Wednesday, May 8th, during National Nurses’ Week, we were honored to celebrate Jasmine Platt, a dedicated OHC float treatment suite nurse, with the prestigious DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. This recognition program, as outlined by   (Read More)

According to the American Cancer Society, Mantel Cell Lymphoma (MCL) is a rare and aggressive type of lymphoma that impacts roughly 5% of cases each year.  Because of its aggressive nature, MCL is difficult to treat and cannot be cured.  Patients   (Read More)

OHC would like to congratulate Evan Z. Lang, MD, MS, for his recent publication in Blood Reviews, a respected international journal, titled “Idiopathic multicentric Castleman disease: An update in diagnosis and treatment advances,” in   (Read More)

A cancer diagnosis for older patients often raises unique challenges due to the potential side effects and tolerance for certain treatments such as chemotherapy. With many types of cancer, however, chemotherapy may be the only treatment option, until   (Read More)

As a practicing gynecologic oncologist, I frequently examine and treat women with advanced disease, sometimes due to the patient’s delay in scheduling routine screenings or ignoring new or persistent symptoms. My counsel to all women is to stay   (Read More)

At OHC, we’re constantly seeking new and innovative ways to combat breast cancer. We’re thrilled to announce our participation in an exclusive groundbreaking Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating a novel HER2-positive breast cancer vaccine,   (Read More)

There are individuals who embody the spirit of compassion and dedication, making a profound impact on those around them. Today we are thrilled to shine a light on one such remarkable individual. OHC would like to recognize OHC Eastgate treatment   (Read More)

As you navigate the complexities of cancer, finding hope can feel overwhelming. Yet, at OHC, hope is what fuels our passion and mission through our groundbreaking clinical trials program. Providing every patient with options and, yes, hope for a   (Read More)

The young Lady Warriors of the Eastern High School Varsity Soccer team in Brown County know a lot about hard work, working as a team, and community service. Their story of giving back started with a teammate’s mom, Angela Whitaker, who was   (Read More)

Head and neck cancer, which encompasses numerous cancer types affecting various regions of the head and neck, is more common than many realize.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, head and neck cancers account for nearly 4%   (Read More)