Cleveland Clinic is at the forefront of innovative translational and clinical research to develop new cancer drugs and therapies to provide patients with the very best cancer care.
Through our cancer research, we have identified new molecules with anti-tumor effects, developed collaborative ties with biotechnology companies, begun training more young scientists, and expanded our base of financial support.
Research program areas include:
Information about Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute bone marrow transplant research including autologous,allogeneic, reduced-intensity, related and unrelated transplants.
Discover current research efforts and programs focusing on prevention, treatment and diagnosis of breast cancer.
Clinical trials and studies for treating specific brain tumors available through Cleveland Clinic's Rose Ella Burkhardt Brain Tumor and Neuro-Oncology Center.
Learn how the study of genomes (the complete hereditary information of an organism) informs what Cleveland Clinic genomic researchers know about hereditary cancers.