Researchers Use Nanoparticles to Test Treatment for Liver Disease

June 25, 2018 | Katie Neith

In an effort to improve options for those with liver cancer, a group of researchers have identified a way of potentially treating a broad range of liver diseases and perhaps even other types of cancer.

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For October, here are 31 facts (one a day) about breast cancer

October 24, 2017 | Nicole White and City of Hope

Beyond the pink ribbons, special product fundraisers and the pastel sea of color that marks October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month offers a reason to celebrate and to reflect.

Breast Cancer Hits Home for Police Officer

October 12, 2017 | Abe Rosenberg

Police officer Chris Hughes was administrator for his department's Pink Patch Project. Then his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. But that's also when the Pink Patch Project suddenly transcended its original dual roles of education and fundraising to become a critical source of support for the Hughes family.

Public Safety Officers Sport Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

October 4, 2017 | Samantha Bonar

Michele Dahlstein, 53, a kindergarten teacher from Upland, California, was treated for breast cancer at City of Hope in 2014 and now is involved with the Pink Patch Project as a speaker.

Make breast cancer awareness a year-round focus (with infographic)

October 12, 2016 | City of Hope

October may be National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but breast cancer awareness should really be top-of-mind throughout the year. Here are the most important symptoms, statistics, risk factors and risk reducers worth remembering all year long.

Six things women can do to reduce their risk for breast cancer

October 11, 2016 | City of Hope

There are many factors for breast cancer that can be reduced through simple lifestyle and behavior changes. Joanne Mortimer, M.D., encourages women to take the following steps to minimize their chance of getting breast cancer.

2016 Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Better options for each and every patient

October 10, 2016 | City of Hope

As the United States continues to observe Breast Cancer Awareness Month, City of Hope is approaching the month as it always does — delivering innovative treatments to women and men recently diagnosed with breast cancer; working to find new treatments and cures for those who will be diagnosed in the future; and, ultimately, trying to prevent breast cancer from occurring at all.

Police sergeant, lymphoma survivor rallies his troops to raise awareness for breast cancer research

October 10, 2016 | Michael Easterling

As a police sergeant, Ed Headtke had his share of life-threatening moments over the years, but none perhaps hitting home closer than his cancer diagnosis two years ago. Now, with 70 other police agencies, he's helping raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research.

New breast density study and breast cancer risk: What you should know

December 6, 2015 | Tami Dennis

Women with dense breast tissue have long been warned that they may be at a higher risk of breast cancer. With a new study suggesting that may not be the case, many may be tempted to skip their regular mammogram.

Not so fast.

Study to assess breast cancer's link to pollutant exposure in menopause

November 3, 2015 | City of Hope

Two leading City of Hope researchers have received a National Institutes of Health grant to investigate a long-held view that environmental factors could incite the development of breast cancer. An intriguing twist of their research, however, is that when a woman is in menopausal transition, it may increase the probability of developing the disease due to environmental pollutants.

Commit to practicing breast cancer awareness all year long

October 31, 2015 | Valerie Howard

Breast cancer awareness shouldn’t be limited to the month of October, not with breast cancer the second-leading cause of cancer death among women and an estimated 231,840 American women expected to be diagnosed each year. Here are important 2015 breast cancer facts, symptoms and risk factors worth remembering, all year long.