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4 breast cancer treatment innovations to look for in 2024
With a newly appointed chief of the Division of Breast Surgery in the Department of Surgery, Veronica Jones, M.D., City of Hope continues to seek out the latest advancements...
Prostate cancer survivor Jonathan Azu urges screening
Music industry executive Jonathan Azu, 46, grew up in a family of medical professionals with more than their fair share of medical issues. First Azu’s father, a surgeon who worked...
City of Hope approved for $7 million for lung cancer study in older adults
City of Hope has been approved for nearly $7 million from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to study how physical activity affects older adults undergoing lung cancer surgery. Dan Raz, M.D., M.A.S.
City of Hope diabetes researchers present leading-edge research at annual ADA Conference
At the recent 82nd Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association held June 3-7 in New Orleans, City of Hope researchers presented new ways in which they are seeking to...
World Cancer Day: How City of Hope is closing the cancer care gap
This year’s World Cancer Day motto, “Close the Care Gap,” is a theme near and dear to City of Hope. As President and CEO Robert Stone told the 40th Annual J.P. Morgan...
5 avances de oncología para entusiasmarse en 2022
Los inmensos aportes a nuestro conocimiento sobre la biología humana en los niveles molecular y genético han abierto la puerta a una posible “época de oro" para el tratamiento oncológico...
City of Hope President Robert Stone discusses future of cancer care
City of Hope President and CEO Robert Stone offered his thoughts on the future of cancer care as a featured speaker in Bloomberg Live’s Bloomberg Prognosis: Reshaping Cancer Care on Oct...
5 oncology breakthroughs to be excited about in 2022
Enormous additions to our knowledge of human biology at the molecular and genetic level have opened the door to a potential “golden age” of cancer treatment — where every tumor...
I Assumed My Breast Cancer Risk Was Average … I Was Wrong
I’d always assumed my breast cancer risk was average and, weighing the risks and recommendations, had decided to wait until age 50 for my first mammogram. My paternal grandmother had...
After 10 Years on Bone Marrow Registry, Patient Finally Meets Her Match
Krissy Kobata After waiting and searching for over 10 years for a bone marrow match, Krissy Kobata, 40, was finally readying for her transplant when she faced another devastating blow...