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A Trans-Pacific Partnership for UH

Interventional radiologist travels to China to teach physicians about selective internal radiation therapy for liver cancer - UH Clinical Update - February 2019

UH Seidman Cancer Center: Advantages of a Disease-Site Focused Model

Jordan Winter, MD, new Chief of Surgical Oncology at UH Seidman Cancer Center, discusses the importance of having a surgical oncology team made up of experts in specific disease sites.

New UH Chief of the Division of Surgical Oncology to Build on Vision for Innovation and Expansion

UH Innovations in Digestive Health - Fall 2018  Jordan Winter, MD Jordan Winter, MD, accepted the offer to join University Hospitals for many reasons: The leadership role. The opportunity to work alongside surgical oncology experts. And...

Supportive Oncodermatology at University Hospitals

New specialist manages skin, hair, nail conditions resulting from cancer treatment :: UH Clinical Update - September 2018

Jordan M Winter MD appointed Chief of Surgical Oncology UH Seidman

Jordan M. Winter, MD, has been appointed Chief of the Division of Surgical Oncology at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and Director of Surgical Services at UH Seidman Cancer Center. “Dr. Winter is recognized nationally for his...

A Non-Invasive Solution for Kidney Cancer

UH is a pioneer in SBRT for primary kidney tumors, which is gaining traction among experts Innovations in Cancer - Fall 2018   Ever since he was a urology resident, Lee Ponsky, MD, Interim Chairman, Department of Urology, UH Cleveland Medical...

Talking with Ted Teknos MD

President, UH Seidman Cancer Center 2017 UH Annual Report to the Community and Report on Philanthropy   Q: What attracted you to UH Seidman Cancer Center? A: I knew the strong reputation UH Seidman Cancer Center had established in the field of...

Knocking Out Cancer with CAR T Therapy

2017 UH Annual Report to the Community and Report on Philanthropy   Every day, the battle rages on at the microscopic level in our bodies. T cells deploy, seeking and destroying infected or abnormal cells that cause illness. Over the past decade,...

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