Local Artist Has New Lease on Life After Beating Cancer

OHC, Specialists in the Treatment of Adult Cancers and Blood Disorders

Marilee Klosterman never thought in 2021 she’d be present to be the featured artist in a gallery showing. In spring of 2017, she was content with the picture-perfect life she painted for herself. She was enjoying retirement with her husband on 36... Read More

Esophageal Cancer Prevention

Evan Z. Lang, MD, MS, medical oncologist and hematologist

Taking steps to prevent cancer and understanding cancer risk factors are critical to well-being, particularly with cancers like esophageal cancer that are difficult to detect. While the American Cancer Society has found that esophageal cancer... Read More

Potential COVID Vaccine Side Effect Causing Cancer False Alarm

Prasad R. Kudalkar, MD, medical oncologist and hematologist

We know the past year has undoubtedly been one of fear and anxiety for cancer patients and other immunocompromised individuals who are more susceptible to the COVID-19 virus and complications. Fortunately, the COVID vaccine is being administered... Read More

A Gift of Memories for a Breast Cancer Patient

OHC, Specialists in the Treatment of Adult Cancers and Blood Disorders

Pictured above: Susie Osha (left), Valerie Barrett (right), and fellow KWF recipients were invited to the University of Cincinnati women’s basketball Wear Pink game on February 3, 2020. When Susie Osha was diagnosed with breast cancer, the last... Read More

OHC Research Data Helps Promising Lymphoma Therapy Receive FDA Approval

Miguel Islas-Ohlmayer, MD, Medical Oncologist, Hematologist, and Bone and Marrow Transplant Specialist at OHC

The treatment journey for diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) oftentimes poses a challenge to both patients and cancer specialists. While most patients respond to first-line treatment, about 30-40% of DLBCL patients will relapse or not respond at... Read More

OHC Beats National Benchmarks for Genetic Testing in Breast Cancer Patients

OHC, Specialists in the Treatment of Adult Cancers and Blood Disorders

According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women. A woman is more at risk of developing breast and/or ovarian cancer in her lifetime if she inherits certain gene mutations (changes). Still, existing... Read More

Early-Onset Colorectal Cancer on the Rise: OHC Experts Promote Screening

Kurt P. Leuenberger, MD, medical oncologist and hematologist at OHC

According to the National Cancer Institute, since the 1990’s, the rate of colorectal cancer has more than doubled among young adults. Moreover, American Cancer Society research has found that people younger than 55 are 58% more likely to be... Read More

Written by Liz Engel and photographed by Amy Elisabeth Spasoff for the Cincinnati Business Courier. When Dr. David Waterhouse first arrived in Cincinnati in 1994 as a medical oncologist and hematologist at OHC, not a lot of cancer research was... Read More

Young Colon Cancer Survivor Discovers Her Purpose: Sharing Her Story to Empower Others

OHC, Specialists in the Treatment of Adult Cancers and Blood Disorders

Colon cancer was not on the mind of 29-year-old Kayla King, a vibrant wife and busy mother focused on caring for her two young boys, enjoying country concerts with her husband, and working full-time. Everything changed when she learned she had stage... Read More

OHC Joins MYLUNG Consortium, Aiming to Advance Use of Precision Medicine for Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients

OHC, Specialists in the Treatment of Adult Cancers and Blood Disorders

Lung cancer is one of the most common causes of cancer mortality globally, resulting in nearly 25 percent of all cancer-related deaths. Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is the most common type of lung cancer according to the American Cancer... Read More