For those impacted by brain tumors, the weekend of Oct. 22-23 is a meaningfulone with the Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference and Walk Ahead for a BrainTumor Cure.
The UC Cancer and UC Gardner Neuroscience Institutes are holding a free seminarSaturday, Sept. 24, to educate patients and the community on the effect ofcancer on memory.
Early bird registration is being offered for the Department of Cancer Biologysponsored "Jensen Symposium on Breast Cancer," being held Nov. 3-4, 2016 inKresge Auditorium.
Slice Night Cincinnati 2016, an all-you-can-eat pizza event benefiting the UCCancer Institute, will take place from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28.
Atsuo Sasaki, PhD, has been awarded an NIH grant to study a targeted and safetreatment for glioblastoma multiforme, the most aggressive form of braincancer.
Retired Pastor Dennis Rebennack, 68, or "Den" to his friends and family,doesn't claim to be a golf pro, but that's never stopped him from playing thegame.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and UC Health are bringingadvanced cancer care for pediatric and adult patients with the region's firstProton Therapy Center.
JoAnn Denzler and supporters of the Jeusha Foley Memorial Fund presented acheck for $6,800 to members of the UC Cancer Institute's Breast Cancer CenterAug. 1.