OHC invites you to a free community panel discussion about breast health and cancer that features two of the area’s most prominent oncologists specializing in women’s health. In addition to an energetic panel discussion, you’ll get   (Read More)

OHC invites you to a free community panel discussion about breast health and cancer that features two of the area’s most prominent oncologists specializing in women’s health. In addition to an energetic panel discussion, you’ll get   (Read More)

At a free Nov. 12 panel on the prevention and treatment of lung cancer, OHC Medical Oncologist Benjamin Herms, MD, and Radiation Oncologist Marc Mosbacher, MD, will provide information, answer questions, and offer advice to current and past smokers   (Read More)

Thyroid cancer is the eighth most common form of cancer. Those with the disease have malignant cells in their thyroid gland tissues. In 2013, it is estimated by the National Cancer Institute that about 60,200 new cases will be diagnosed. The thyroid   (Read More)

Kidney cancer is the ninth most common form of cancer. It is marked by rapidly growing cells that form tumors in the kidneys. In 2013, there will be about 59,938 new cases diagnosed estimates the National Cancer Institute*. Men are twice as likely to   (Read More)

Sandra absolutely loves taking care of her patients at OHC and believes that, sometimes, one of the most helpful things she can do for them is just listen.   (Read More)

According to OHC Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Kirlin, the OHC Kenwood office (located in Mercy Hospital, Kenwood) will now offer expanded hours to its patients on weekends, beginning this weekend (Oct. 5 and 6). The new weekend program is part of   (Read More)

The friendliness of the OHC staff keeps Jim coming back, even though there are closer practices to him.   (Read More)

It seems to have become ingrained in our society that any seriously ill patient, let alone a cancer patient, needs a healthy attitude or a faith-based life to fight cancer. But is it true? While science has not provided undeniable proof of a direct   (Read More)

Progress continues fast and furious on the OHC West medical office building, located on Mercy Health’s new West Hospital campus just two blocks from the Routes 74/52 and North Bend Road junction in Monfort Heights. Under the watchful eyes of   (Read More)

Jennifer, an OHC cancer patient, says the staff gets to know you by your first and last name, and wants to know what they can do to help.   (Read More)

In the coming months, we will bring you a series of articles about the most common cancers in the United States — counting down from #10 to #1. More information about the individual cancers in the top 10 can be found in our OHC Cancer Database, an   (Read More)

Angelina Jolie’s decision to undergo a double mastectomy after learning she carried the BRCA-1 gene mutation has created a stir among U.S. women – with an estimated 6 million planning to ask their doctors about genetic testing, a new Harris   (Read More)

During the Victorian Era, having tanned skin was not in fashion. Only workers who toiled in the sun had tanned skin. Thus, a tan was a sign that you were of the lower classes. In fact, the upper class took great pains to keep their skin tones light   (Read More)

James rates OHC a 10, saying “You can’t beat the people.”   (Read More)