A bone marrow transplant is a medical procedure that replaces damaged or diseased bone marrow — the soft, fatty tissue inside your bones — with healthy bone marrow stem cells. These new stem cells can come from your own body or from a matching   (Read More)

As an OHC employee, Cassandra “Walked-the-Walk” when she showed a patient just how much she cared.  See her story below.   (Read More)

OHC offers the Greater Cincinnati area the largest group of Medical Oncology specialists providing access to cutting-edge research. Participating in clinical trials allows patients access to new treatments before they are widely available and helps   (Read More)

OHC believes all patients deserve the best quality of life that we, as physicians, can help them achieve. Discussing a plan of care with patients at the beginning of treatment, particularly for a chronic disease, is key to showing them that their   (Read More)

Kim has been a cancer patient with OHC for a number of years and is a cancer survivor.  Hear why she values OHC and our people.   (Read More)

Leonardo da Vinci imagined many ground-breaking concepts and inventions that have become reality. For example, he imagined the airplane and designed the first helicopter. But it was da Vinci’s plan for a robot that lead the Intuitive company to   (Read More)

Not everyone has eating problems during their cancer treatment. You may have a few problems or none at all. Regardless, it’s always a good idea to be prepared before you find yourself not up to cooking or shopping. Here’s what you can do: Fill   (Read More)

Yes. OHC will help you with your medical-related finances. All of our patients have access to one of our expert Financial Navigators. They will help you understand and deal with the financial complexities of your cancer care. You can go to your   (Read More)

OHC is expanding. Soon, we will be serving our patients in the Mt. Airy, Rapid Run, and Western Hills areas. “OHC West” will operate on the first two floors of a five-story medical office building adjacent to the new Mercy Health-West Hospital in   (Read More)

Cincinnati Magazine’s 2013 Top Doctors list includes 26 OHC physicians — more than half of its physicians. The magazine surveyed more than 5,000 medical doctors in our region to determine whom they would turn to if they, a family member, or a   (Read More)

Not hungry? Maybe you can drink your nutrition today. But don’t healthy drinks taste like chalk? Not if you know what to make and how to make it. Here’s a great recipe for a banana milkshake you’re going to love…and it’s   (Read More)

Chemotherapy can cause your appetite to change. You may lose your appetite because of nausea (feeling like you’re going to throw up), mouth and throat problems that make it painful to eat, or drugs that cause you to lose your taste for food.   (Read More)

After a patient successfully completes his or her treatment for cancer, elation is often followed by the fear of recurrence. That is why we encourage all physicians involved in those patients’ care to speak with them about the need for consistent   (Read More)

OHC’s gynecologic oncology surgeons, Marcia Bowling, M.D. and Nancy Simon, M.D. are regional leaders in the use of the da Vinci Surgery System on women with gynecologic cancers. The da Vinci System allows for a high degree of precision, and   (Read More)

OHC participated in the clinical trial titled, “A Single-Arm, Open-Label, Expanded Access Study of RO5185426 in Patients with Metastatic Melanoma.” The purpose of this clinical trial was to allow access to this study drug to patients in which   (Read More)