When you’re battling cancer or a blood disorder, a beautiful, hand-knitted shawl is a wonderful gift of warmth. At OHC, it’s also a gift of hope and prayer, thanks to a local group of caring women. When someone receives a cancer diagnosis, it affects all aspects of their life. They may feel sad, fearful, or […]Read More
Sometimes it’s the simple things, like an ice-cold Coke or a warm blanket, that can help a patient get through their cancer treatment. When Diane Crocker was diagnosed with breast cancer, it was the beginning of a long journey for her and her husband. Daily and weekly trips to OHC became a part of the […]Read More
July is Sarcoma Awareness Month and even though this is a rare form of cancer, OHC believes it’s important for people to know more about it and how OHC, the region’s leading experts in the treatment of adult cancers and blood disorders, treats sarcomas. Sarcoma is a rare kind of cancer that develops in the […]Read More
If you should happen to be one of the 2,670 men diagnosed with breast cancer, our cancer experts at OHC will help you fight your cancer using the latest treatments including personalized, targeted therapies. There isn’t much discussion about male breast cancer, and that’s understandable. Even though a man’s breast cells and tissue can develop cancer, it’s considered […]Read More
OHC, the region’s leading experts in the treatment of cancer and complex blood disorders, is pleased to welcome radiation oncologist Joshua B. Martin, M.D., to its team of cancer experts. “The most rewarding aspect of my work is having access to the latest advancements in radiation technology with the opportunity to deliver exceptional care with […]Read More
Researchers are evaluating “CAR-T-type” processes to treat breast, colorectal, cervical and other solid tumor cancers.
Immunotherapy, treatments that help the body’s own immune system attack cancer, is advancing at a rapid pace. As this ground-breaking approach continues to evolve, doctors at OHC, the region’s leading experts in the treatment of adult cancers and blood disorders, are at the forefront, aggressively using this approach to help patients fight cancer. And they’re […]Read More
Ask anyone diagnosed with cancer and they will tell you the one thing they want is to be labeled a survivor. For OHC patient Christina Nauman, her survival began Thanksgiving Day, 2017. As she recalls the various stages of “survival,” she also remembers the strength, support and expertise she received from the team at OHC. […]Read More