A Legacy of Hope: Remembering Arti Hurria, M.D.

November 21, 2018 | Samantha Bonar

The City of Hope community was devastated by the untimely death of Arti Hurria, M.D., director of City of Hope’s Center for Cancer and Aging, but her legacy will endure.

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The Power of the Remote Second Opinion

October 30, 2017 | Michael Easterling

Now, thanks to advances in technology, City of Hope can offer second opinions to patients who are on the other side of the globe.

Mothers and daughters bond, fight cancer together

November 4, 2016 | Stephanie Smith

Laura Rodriguez was just 18, just starting college, when she dropped out to help out her mother, Mary Grace, whose breast cancer had returned after 7 years. Thirty-five years later, cancer would happen again — and in some ways, history would repeat itself.

Lung cancer patient won't let disease 'steal the beauty of today'

June 23, 2016 | Stephanie Smith

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.

Lung cancer patient finds joy in the moment

April 26, 2016 | City of Hope

Lung cancer survivor Aasit J. Patel is a man transformed. The super-friendly litigation manager from Irvine brims with life-affirming words of wisdom like, “Enjoy what you have, each and every minute!” and “Life is all about having fun!”

International women’s day: 7 women changing the world of cancer treatment

March 8, 2016 | City of Hope

At City of Hope, we’re proud to have some of the most talented and passionate women in the medical industry serving at every level of the organization. Here, we’ve spotlighted just a few of the many City of Hope physicians and scientists who are breaking exciting new ground in cancer research, treatment and care.

Lung cancer 2016: New drugs, more screening point to a brighter new year

December 23, 2015 | Veronique de Turenne

After years of modest gains in the field of lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer-related deaths throughout the world, doctors and researchers say significant advances in treatment and screening practices point to very good news in 2016.

What I learned: 6 questions for lung cancer patient Emily Bennett Taylor

November 24, 2015 | Denise Heady

Emily Bennett Taylor was getting ready to celebrate her second wedding anniversary with her college sweetheart in June of 2012 when she learned she had been diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer. Here, Emily answers questions about her diagnosis and treatment at City of Hope.

Lung cancer survivor: What I learned during treatment

September 30, 2015 | Emily Taylor

Emily Taylor was 28 years old and about to celebrate two years of marriage with Miles, her college sweetheart, when a wheeze brought her to a doctor's office. A former athlete who had never smoked, Taylor was stunned when a scan revealed she had Stage 4 lung cancer.

Precision Medicine: What It Means Now. What It Means In The Future

August 25, 2015 | Veronique de Turenne

Welcome to the brave new world of precision medicine, in which the diseases themselves can point to a treatment and even a cure. What was once dismissed as futuristic has now become reality for some cancer patients.

The star of annual ASCO meeting? The human immune system

June 6, 2015 | Nicole Levine

Of the hundreds of important developments in cancer research and care showcased at one of the world’s largest medical meetings, featuring scores of studies about drugs, chemotherapy and radiation, the most exciting tool showcased for fighting cancer was the human immune system.