March 7, 2019 | Michael Easterling
Australian lobster fisherman David Thompson traveled 9,000 miles for treatment at City of Hope after being diagnosed with Stage 4 oropharyngeal cancer. Given just six weeks to live, he is thriving more than a year after participating in an immunotherapy clinical trial.
The science of second opinions: Advice from a surgeon
February 13, 2019 | City of Hope
Diagnostic errors are far from uncommon. In fact, one recent study found that they affect about 12 million people, or 1 in 20 patients, in the U.S. each year. Clayton Lau, M.D., explains the difference that second opinions can make in getting proper cancer diagnosis and care.
City of Hope’s expansion to Orange County is personal for this cancer survivor
February 4, 2019 | City of Hope
Bringing City of Hope cancer services closer to Orange County residents is work that is personal to Frank DiBella, a 73-year-old Newport Beach, California, resident and bladder cancer survivor.
Core Connection: Comprehensive Metabolic Phenotyping Core
October 4, 2018 | Katie Neith
As both genetics and environmental stimuli can have an effect on the progression of illnesses and on the efficacy of treatments, one particularly important area of study is metabolism, which lies at the intersection of many diseases.
City of Hope's new state-of-the-art cancer center opens in Torrance
August 27, 2018 | Zen Vuong
City of Hope continues to expand its top-ranked cancer care across Southern California, opening its latest facility, City of Hope | South Bay, in the new Providence Advanced Care Center in Torrance.
4 Things to Tell Your Employer About Your Cancer Diagnosis
April 23, 2018 | City of Hope
After a cancer diagnosis, it can be challenging to try and decide how to approach your employer and your colleagues at work with your new news.