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.
How a full-on foodie is thriving despite stomach cancer
December 19, 2016 | Stephanie Smith
City of Hope explores the complicated cultural issues surrounding food that tend to arise for gastric cancer patients. This new world — in which certain foods are off limits and overall intake is drastically reduced — places these patients on the painful fringes of a culture in which almost everything revolves around eating and drinking.
Even when an obese person loses weight, health problems could persist due to epigenetics
July 18, 2016 | Letisia Marquez
When an obese person loses weight, the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, as well as liver, colon and breast cancers and other diseases linked to obesity, diminishes, right? That might not be the case. A new study by City of Hope researchers found that even after a low-fat diet is consumed, long-term disease risks could persist.
Cancer-fighting recipes for the Summer Holidays
July 4, 2016 | Stephanie Smith
If you’re menu-planning, consider trying something new. With minor modifications – like smothering your lightly-grilled meats and fish with blueberries, or adding in pomegranates and mushrooms – you can make great tasting meals with ingredients that may also fight cancer.
5 facts all men need to know about cancer risks and prevention
June 17, 2016 | City of Hope
Maintaining good health and self care is a yearlong mission, and there is no better time than National Men’s Health Week and Month to highlight important information about how cancer affects the lives of men, 40 percent of whom will receive a cancer diagnosis at some point in their lives. More can be done to keep men informed about signs, risks and prevention, starting with these five key points.
Cancer death rate declined, but still more prevention is needed
January 18, 2016 | Letisia Marquez
There’s good news to celebrate on the cancer front: Early cancer detection, cancer prevention efforts and better treatments resulted in a 23% decline in the cancer death rate over the last two decades, according to the American Cancer Society’s annual statistics report.