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A few years ago, before he was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer, City of Hope patient AJ Patel had a pronounced fear of cancer. Three years into targeted therapy for non small cell lung cancer he has lost that fear and found beauty from living in the moment.
City of Hope and Novonco Therapeutics Inc. today announced the initiation of a phase 1, first-in-human clinical trial for a promising anti-cancer drug - COH29 - that will be used to treat patients with solid tumors, including breast, colon, ovarian, pancreatic, stomach and lung cancers.
Victoria Seewaldt, M.D., the Ruth Ziegler professor and chair in the Department of Population Sciences at City of Hope, has received a two-year grant from the Prevent Cancer Foundation to support her research in early detection and triple-negative breast cancer, a highly aggressive form of cancer.
Accomplished human resources executive Kety Duron has joined City of Hope as chief human resources and diversity officer. Duron will provide executive and strategic oversight for all of City of Hope’s human resources initiatives.
The humble white button mushrooms are more than just salad and pizza toppers - they are a potential cancer-fighting powerhouse. Our scientists have found enticing evidence that these common fungi have the potential to treat and lower the risk of cancer and are determined to explore it to the fullest.