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DUARTE CAMPUS
 
Located just northeast of Los Angeles, City of Hope bridges innovative science with compassionate patient care. Here, stretched across more than 100 acres in the City of Duarte, lushly landscaped gardens and open spaces surround our cutting edge medical and research facilities.
 
Medical Facilities at the Duarte Campus Include:
 

COMMUNITY PRACTICES
 
City of Hope’s community practices extend the institution’s reach to more patients by bringing premier care to local communities in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties.
 
Located in Lancaster, Calif., City of Hope | Antelope Valley provides a comprehensive range of surgical, treatment and diagnostic services for patients with cancer.
 
Working with local physicians, City of Hope provides Arcadia and its surrounding communities with unmatched cancer treatment and care.
 
Whether you’re becoming a patient or referring one, City of Hope | Mission Hills offers superior expertise in the field of surgical oncology for breast cancer, colon cancer, pancreatic cancer, gynecologic cancers.
 
Located on Indian Canyon Dr. in Palm Springs, Calif., City of Hope physicians provide surgical and diagnostic expertise for patients with cancer.
 
City of Hope | Pasadena’s Urology and Urologic Oncology program offers state-of-the-art treatment options including robotic-assisted surgery which provides patients the benefits of faster recovery, decreased blood loss and minimal discomfort.
 
Located on the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital campus in Santa Clarita, California, City of Hope physicians provide surgical expertise for patients with general, thoracic, neurologic and urologic cancers.
 
City of Hope | South Pasadena is a 22,000 square foot state-of-the-art outpatient cancer center serving the San Gabriel and San Fernando valleys and the greater Los Angeles region.
 

Locations

Locations

DUARTE CAMPUS
 
Located just northeast of Los Angeles, City of Hope bridges innovative science with compassionate patient care. Here, stretched across more than 100 acres in the City of Duarte, lushly landscaped gardens and open spaces surround our cutting edge medical and research facilities.
 
Medical Facilities at the Duarte Campus Include:
 

COMMUNITY PRACTICES
 
City of Hope’s community practices extend the institution’s reach to more patients by bringing premier care to local communities in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties.
 
Located in Lancaster, Calif., City of Hope | Antelope Valley provides a comprehensive range of surgical, treatment and diagnostic services for patients with cancer.
 
Working with local physicians, City of Hope provides Arcadia and its surrounding communities with unmatched cancer treatment and care.
 
Whether you’re becoming a patient or referring one, City of Hope | Mission Hills offers superior expertise in the field of surgical oncology for breast cancer, colon cancer, pancreatic cancer, gynecologic cancers.
 
Located on Indian Canyon Dr. in Palm Springs, Calif., City of Hope physicians provide surgical and diagnostic expertise for patients with cancer.
 
City of Hope | Pasadena’s Urology and Urologic Oncology program offers state-of-the-art treatment options including robotic-assisted surgery which provides patients the benefits of faster recovery, decreased blood loss and minimal discomfort.
 
Located on the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital campus in Santa Clarita, California, City of Hope physicians provide surgical expertise for patients with general, thoracic, neurologic and urologic cancers.
 
City of Hope | South Pasadena is a 22,000 square foot state-of-the-art outpatient cancer center serving the San Gabriel and San Fernando valleys and the greater Los Angeles region.
 
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  • Although a stem cell transplant can be a lifesaving procedure for people diagnosed with a blood cancer or blood disorder, the standard transplant may not be appropriate for all patients. This is because the conditioning regimen (the intensive chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments preceding the transplant) is...
  • Brain tumor removal would seem to be the obvious course of action in the wake of a brain tumor diagnosis, but that’s not always the case. Some tumors are too difficult for many surgeons to reach or too close to areas that control vital functions. Removing them just proves too risky. A new device at City [...
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  • Nausea is the one of the most well-known, and dreaded, side effects of cancer treatment — and with good reason. Beyond the quality-of-life issues that it causes, severe nausea can prevent patients from receiving enough nutrients and calories at a time when they need every edge they can get. A few simple actions...
  • With Labor Day just around the corner, summer is on its way out. But just because summertime is ending doesn’t mean we can skip sunscreen. Protection from ultraviolet (UV) radiation is needed all year round. Exposure to UV radiation — whether from the sun or from artificial sources such as sunlamps used i...
  • Undergoing reconstructive surgery may seem like a forgone conclusion for survivors of breast cancer, but that doesn’t appear to be the case. A new study has found that most breast cancer survivors who undergo a mastectomy decide against surgical reconstruction of their breasts. The reasons for such a deci...
  • Nearly four decades ago, City of Hope began its bone marrow transplant program. Its first transplant reunion celebration was a single patient and his donor, also his brother. This year, City of Hope welcomed hundreds of hematopoietic cell transplant (HCT) recipients to the annual bone marrow transplant/HCT reun...
  • The burgeoning type 2 diabetes epidemic casts a pall over the health of America’s public. New research now shows the looming threat is getting worse. Much worse. A diabetes trends study published earlier this month in the Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology by researchers at the federal Centers for Disease Contro...
  • An aspirin a day might help keep breast cancer away for some breast cancer survivors, a new study suggests. Obese women who have had breast cancer could cut their risk of a recurrence in half if they regularly take aspirin or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, called NSAIDs, report researchers from the...
  • Christine Crews isn’t only a fitness enthusiast, she’s also a personal trainer and fitness instructor. Being active defines her life. So when she was diagnosed with bladder cancer at age 30, she decided she absolutely couldn’t let the disease interfere with that lifestyle. And it didn’t. For t...
  • Cancer treatment and the cancer itself can cause changes in your sense of taste or smell. These side effects typically subside after treatment ends, but there are ways to help alleviate those bitter and metallic tastes in your mouth. Here are tips from the National Cancer Institute to help keeps tastes and food...
  • Immunotherapy — using one’s immune system to treat a disease — has been long lauded as the “magic bullet” of cancer treatments, one that can be more effective than the conventional therapies of surgery, radiation or chemotherapy. One specific type of immunotherapy, called adoptive T cell thera...
  • Today, when cancer spreads from its original site to other parts of the body, a process known as metastasis, patients face an uphill battle. Treatments are poorly effective, and cures are nearly impossible. Further, incidence rates for these types of cancers are increasing – particularly for cancers that have s...
  • Thanks to the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), high school students across the state gained valuable hands-on experience with stem cell research this summer. City of Hope hosted eight of those students. As part of the CIRM Creativity Awards program, the young scholars worked full time as m...
  • Radiation therapy can help cure many children facing Hodgkin lymphoma and other cancers. When the radiation is delivered to a girl’s chest, however, it can lead to a marked increase in breast cancer risk later in life. A recent multi-institutional study that included City of Hope’s Smita Bhatia, M.D., M.P.H., t...