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Philanthropy at Work: Clinical trial gives hope to kids with brain cancer
An Urgent Mission “I'm not going to stop until I never have to tell another parent that their child has an incurable cancer,” says Leo Wang, M.D., Ph.D., a...
Philanthropy at work: making the most of precious time
The Heaviness of Time “Fear is universal for all cancer patients,” says Claudia Cuevas, a licensed clinical social worker at City of Hope. “But one thing that is unique about...
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Meet Dr. Marcel van den Brink, M.D., Ph.D.
Marcel van den Brink, M.D., Ph.D. In October 2023, Marcel van den Brink, M.D., Ph.D., became president of City of Hope Los Angeles and City of Hope National Medical Center, chief physician executive and the...
Leadership Perspective January 2024
Dear Friends,The past year was one of tremendous progress in research, treatment and care at City of Hope, all made possible with your support. We are delighted to share...
An Inspirational Matching Gift to City of Hope Orange County
The Sabatassos are longtime supporters of Providence Mission Hospital, most recently donating to the Digestive Health Institute.Their compassion now extends to the patients and families at City of Hope®...
Philanthropy fuels innovative treatment, giving mom of four new hope
After a year of headaches, night sweats, fatigue and other symptoms, Shannon Ames received a troubling diagnosis. "I was diagnosed with large B cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma with central nervous system...
Leadership Perspective December 2023
Dear Friends, There’s something about getting behind City of Hope’s lifesaving efforts that lights a fire in people.  Phil Burden experienced this when he asked his circle of friends and...
A desert walk to remember a friend
Phil Burden planned his fundraising walk carefully. He drove the rural route with his wife, Patty. He rented an RV for his sister, Kathy, and her husband, Rich Ryder, to...
Foundation gifts extend supportive care services for patients
  Fifteen-year-old Keira, cancer survivor A $50,000 grant from the Honda USA Foundation is helping City of Hope’s Academic Advocacy Program boost the academic success of young patients during and after cancer treatment...