Tag: "Cancer and Blood Disease Institute"
Multimillion-dollar gift to help Cincinnati Children’s combat brain cancer
The Cure Starts Now donated $2.7 million to Cincinnati Children’s to create an international consortium that will collaborate on clinical trials of promising medications for children with high-risk brain tumors.
Mother remembering son after grave was robbed with act of kindness
Tanya Kennedy Gill’s only son, Christian, lost his battle with cancer in September of 2014. Recently, someone robbed Christian’s grave of its decorations. Tanya shared her story with the media
Kyler Strong Foundation donates money to Cincinnati Children’s
The spirit of a Greater Cincinnati boy who fought a rare kind of cancer lives on as doctors have more money to help find a cure. Kyler Strong lost his
Cancer patient receives the royal treatment
Four-year-old cancer patient Ella Phillips-Shimovetz received the royal treatment on her last day of proton therapy treatment at the Cincinnati Children’s/UC Health Proton Therapy Center. Her family surprised her with
5-year-old’s battle with leukemia highlights importance of bone marrow donors
A brief summary and link to a media story about a Cincinnati Children's patient with leukemia who needs a bone marrow transplant.
Cancer-zapping facility opens in Greater Cincinnati
Brief summary and media links to stories about the opening of the Proton Therapy Center.
Cincinnati cancer doctors, scientists strategize in bid for top research designation
A brief summary and link to a media article about a joint effort by cancer doctors to obtain designation as a national cancer research center.
Experimental Therapy Halts Treatment-Resistant Brain Tumors
A brief summary and link to media article about how experimental therapy halts treatment-resistant brain tumors.