On May 15, 2018, Skip Viragh’s vision for a single place where cancer patients can receive top-notch outpatient cancer care was realized with the opening… Read More »Welcome to the Skip Viragh Outpatient Cancer Building
Richard Humphrey, a multiple myeloma pioneer who was among our founding Cancer Center faculty members and former director of its diagnostic immunology laboratory, died on… Read More »Remembering Dr. Richard Humphrey, Multiple Myeloma Pioneer
Kimmel Cancer Center team is among inaugural recipients (Photo: from left: Christine Hann, Russell Hales, Marilyn Holman, Matt Holman, Hanika Reyes Rodavia) Despite being a scientist,… Read More »Patient Creates Award to Distinguish the Best Lung Cancer Doctors and Nurses
The Kimmel Cancer Center’s first director Albert Owens Jr., M.D., died on Jan. 13 at 90. He was a cancer pioneer who played a leadership… Read More »2017 In Review: Remembering Two Cancer Pioneers
Donald Coffey was motivated to solve problems, and he had his own unique recipe for doing so. He passed his wisdom onto the thousands of… Read More »The Real Final Exam: Dr. Coffey’s Lessons to Live By
Kimmel Cancer Center pediatric cancer patients had an out-of-this-world experience complements of the Space Suit EXPLORATION Project and Projekt Postcard. Patients chatted with astronaut Nicole… Read More »Pediatric Oncology Patients Become Space Explorers
If you’re a cancer patient, you should apply for disability benefits as soon as you become disabled, according to social workers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer… Read More »When and where should I apply for Social Security disability?