Learn more about the ways researchers are outmaneuvering diseases and creating innovations at the HonorHealth Research Institute.
The HonorHealth Research Institute has been in existence since 2005, focusing on creating innovative medical advances for today’s most pressing health concerns. HonorHealth researchers have conducted 500-plus trials and studies, and more than 5,000 patients have participated. Todd LaPorte, CEO and Daniel Von Hoff, Pancreatic Cancer Research Expert discuss the innovative treatment options available at HonorHealth Research Institute.
Dr. Luis M. Tumialan, MD, and Angelina Cooper, clinical program manager with the Neurologic and Spine Research program, discuss the future of researching diseases such as multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Why participate in a cancer clinical trial?
You not only could benefit your own health, but also that of other individuals with your disease or condition.
Is there a cure for cancer?
The world’s best-kept secret: Today, 50 percent of those with cancer can be cured, says Daniel Von Hoff, MD, chief scientific officer at HonorHealth Research Institute.
More than a one-size-fits-all approach to fighting cancer
Not all lung cancers or breast cancers are the same, so they shouldn’t be treated the same way. Your treatment is personalized at the HonorHealth Research Institute.
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HonorHealth philanthropy helps fuel heart research
Researchers are finding new ways to return cardiac patients to a healthier life with the help of philanthropy dollars.
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Pancreatic Cancer Treatment - Research and Early Detection Program