City of Hope’s Yanhong Shi is using lab-grown brain organoids to understand how cytomegalovirus causes unborn babies to develop microcephaly.
City of Hope scientists have found a toxic fungus previously thought to not be infectious in the sinus tissues of a man with refractory acute lymphocytic leukemia.
The secure data commons is an example of how City of Hope is an early adopter of innovative approaches that accelerate biomedical research to help people everywhere live healthy lives.
From scorpion to immunotherapy: City of Hope scientists repurpose nature’s toxin for first-of-its kind CAR T cell therapy to treat brain tumorsMarch 4, 2020
The research published today, and scorpion venom will also be key component of CAR T cell therapy for glioblastoma in newly opened City of Hope clinical trial.
Using cell and mouse models, City of Hope scientists identified a defective part of the circadian rhythm gene that may result in accelerated breast cancer progression in obese, prediabetic people.
City of Hope’s Triplex vaccine reduces rate of CMV complications in transplant recipients by 50 percent and spurs immunity against the virusFebruary 10, 2020
Results from a phase 2 randomized trial study published in Annals of Internal Medicine found reduced CMV complications ins transplant recipients.
City of Hope will honor the amika team with its 2020 Spirit of Life® Award. City of Hope’s National Beauty Industry Group will present the award to co-CEOs Nir Kadosh and Shay Kadosh, both of whom will accept the award along with Brand President Chelsea Riggs and Creative Director Vita Raykhman.
City of Hope, a world-renowned research and treatment center for cancer, fulfills its promise of speeding lifesaving treatments to Orange County with the opening of its Newport Beach, California, site on Jan. 27.
The benefits of a daily aspirin may extend beyond heart health to colorectal cancer treatment.
Nine patients will ride City of Hope’s eponymous float at the 131st Rose Parade® presented by Honda on New Year’s Day. These survivors demonstrate how “The Power of Hope” and leading-edge treatment at a biomedical research institution gave them the gift of time.