The Irell & Manella Graduate School of Biological Sciences trains students to apply their talents and creativity toward advancing our knowledge of deadly diseases…and finding cures.
City of Hope has an enduring commitment to continuing medical education, sharing advances in cancer research and treatment with the healthcare community through conferences and symposia.
We provide an innovative series of educational programs for nurses, radiation therapists, pharmacists, cancer researchers and others.
City of Hope offers a range of valuable programs and training for postdoctoral trainees, medical professionals and our own staff.
City of Hope offers a distinctive setting for research, one in which scientists’ work is consistently applied to finding novel therapies for life-threatening diseases.
Molecular profiling, unlike any other type of controversial profiling in the news, is an extremely hot topic in cancer medicine today, and it’s going to have a huge impact on patients, physicians and payers.
November is National Diabetes Month, when City of Hope and other health care professionals and organizations strive to bring greater awareness to the disease and its impact.
Laura Kruper, M.D., chief of City of Hope’s breast surgery service, thinks back to an emotional time in her childhood when she reflects on what motivated her to become a doctor.
City of Hope today announced two new members to its board of directors. Malissia R. Clinton, senior vice president, general counsel and secretary of The Aerospace Corporation, recently joined the board, and Ronald L. Sargent, former chief executive officer of Staples, Inc., will become a director beginning Jan. 1, 2017.
Women’s cancers will affect one in three women in her lifetime. One of those women is cancer survivor Linh Quan. Diagnosed with breast cancer after a routine mammogram at 40 years old, Quan went to City of Hope, where she knew from experience that she would be in good hands. Four years later, Quan is now cancer-free.
Interventional Management of Chronic Pain in the Cancer Patients November 03, 2016
Renal Cell Cancer (RCC): Making a Plethora of Drugs Understandable December 01, 2016