City of Hope Reveals Vision for World-Class Cancer Care in Orange County

June 25, 2019 | City of Hope

City of Hope has accelerated its plans for a $1 billion comprehensive cancer campus in Orange County, bringing highly specialized cancer care, clinical trials, precision medicine and early detection to the nation’s sixth most populous county.

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Groundbreaking $2 million study will focus on family caregivers

October 15, 2018 | Maxine Nunes

City of Hope researchers have just received a $2 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to study a crucial but rarely examined aspect of patient care and quality of life — the family caregiver.

Fighting for Equal Outcomes for the Underserved

February 26, 2018 | Saundra Young

City of Hope's Loretta Erhunmwunsee, M.D., is on a mission to eliminate health inequities among minority and under-resourced populations, and she's got her work cut out for her.

Nonsmokers and Lung Cancer: What You Should Know

December 21, 2017 | Alison Shore

The widely held assumption that lung cancer is caused by smoking is fairly accurate: 85 percent of cases are smoking induced. But 15 percent of lung cancers are not related to smoking.

The Wellness Gap: Dr. Erhunmwunsee on Ethnic Disparities in Lung Cancer

November 30, 2016 | Samantha Bonar

Despite the fact that overall rates of lung cancer have been declining in the United States for some time, disparities in incidence and outcome along racial lines still exist, particularly among the African American population. City of Hope's thoracic surgeon, Loretta Erhunmwunsee, M.D., discusses research findings.

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.

Study: Survival period for esophageal cancer is tied to race and income

February 18, 2016 | Letisia Marquez

A person’s wealth can dramatically impact racial disparities in esophageal surgery outcomes, according to a new study led by City of Hope’s Loretta Erhunmwunsee, M.D., thoracic surgeon and assistant professor in the Division of Thoracic Surgery.