Abe Rosenberg

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Beating Colorectal Cancer Learning a Lesson
Mark Helak had it all figured out.   “Being the son of a doctor takes all the mystery out of the system,” he said. “I know how doctors think.”  ...
Our planet, our health: Environment’s effect on cancer, diabetes
To commemorate World Health Day, we are proud to highlight several City of Hope initiatives exploring how the world around us affects our well-being. “Poverty is a carcinogen” It is...
COVID-19 concerns again impacting cancer screenings
Emile Auguste Jr., a 64-year-old mortgage banker from Monrovia, California, has no qualms about maintaining his regular colorectal cancer screenings in the current COVID-19-altered environment.   “Concerns? Not for me!”...
Combining three powerful tools in effort to detect cancer early
There’s a certain urgency to his voice and demeanor.   Surgeon Dan Raz, M.D., M.A.S., is City of Hope’s co-director of the Lung Cancer and Thoracic Oncology Program. He’s...
What it means to seek care at a comprehensive cancer center
Five years ago, when Steve McGrew of Spokane, Washington, was diagnosed with prostate cancer, his physician could offer only a few options. McGrew didn’t like any of them, so he asked...
A tale of support and survival for esophageal cancer patients
At first glance, there was nothing unusual about the party of five having lunch recently at a popular cafe in Monrovia, California, down the road from City of Hope’s Duarte...
Lorena Gonzalez, M.D.: When the surgeon is the patient
Lorena Gonzalez, M.D., one of City of Hope’s newest breast cancer surgeons, has a unique way of reassuring fearful patients.   Basically, she points to herself.   Lorena Gonzalez, M.D...
New study aims to identify lung cancer risk in nonsmokers
“Anybody with lungs can get lung cancer.”   It’s not a flippant remark. Or an exaggeration.   They are the words of a 35-year-old Southern California mother of two who...
City of Hope endocrinologist named to presidential commission
Raynald Samoa, M.D., gets emotional when he remembers what his grandmother would tell him.   “She’d say, ‘I wrap my love for you in your shadow,’ meaning her love would...
Diabetes researcher calls for race-inclusive risk studies
It’s a safe bet that John S. Kaddis, Ph.D., begins his day a whole lot earlier than many of us.   “At every out-of-town conference,” said Joyce Niland, Ph.D., who chairs...