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Renowned oncologist named to lead John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center

February 05, 2019

Oncologist Steven O’Day, M.D., internationally known for leading revolutionary immuno-oncology research and advancing the treatment of...

John Wayne Cancer Institute’s melanoma study published in prestigious New England Journal of Medicine

June 07, 2017

The New England Journal of Medicine published results of the latest study in this ongoing melanoma research at the institute, which is...

Video: Latest Statistics and Breakthrough Treatments for Melanoma

May 27, 2016

Dr. Steven J. O’Day, M.D., professor of Medical Oncology and director of Immuno-Oncology and Clinical Research at the John Wayne Cancer...

Skin Cancer: Making Big Strides Against the Most Common Type of Cancer

December 30, 2015

Mark B. Faries, MD, director of the Donald L. Morton, MD, Melanoma Research Program, and his team are producing findings that have appeared in...

Miracles for Melanoma Patients

November 06, 2015

Turning a Corner on Melanoma. Immunotherapies are changing the course of a deadly disease.

Q&A: Prostate Cancer Screening

September 17, 2015
Years of controversy and uncertainty of whether regular screening for prostate cancer is beneficial, have led many men to stop getting screened all...

John Wayne Cancer Institute benefits from QVC Presents "FFANY Shoes on Sale"

September 02, 2015

FFANY and QVC Present a Contribution of $380,000 to Fund Innovative Breast Cancer Research.

30 Prostate Cancer Facts for September

September 01, 2015

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness month. Here are 30 prostate cancer related facts for every day this month.

Ovarian cancer and the Angelina Jolie effect

May 15, 2015

By Providence Medical Group Angelina Jolie usually grabs public attention for her stunning looks, acting and humanitarian work. But recently...

The Information Contained in your Genes

October 31, 2014

At least 10% of breast cancers are hereditary; they arise because of alterations in our genes that are passed down through families and raise...

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