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From optimized stem cell transplants to CAR T cell therapy: Advancing options for cancer, HIV and more
City of Hope recently shared significant news at the 24th Annual AIDS Conference about a patient treated in 2019 whose HIV has been in remission. The man had been living...
Patient achieves HIV and blood cancer remission three decades after HIV diagnosis through stem cell transplant at City of Hope
Contacts: City of Hope Letisia Marquez lemarquez@coh.org 626-476-7593   Known as the City of Hope patient, he is the fourth patient in the world and the oldest to go...
In innovative twist, City of Hope applies CAR T cell therapy to HIV 
Preclinical study of immunotherapy shows effectiveness, safety, persistence, plus feasibility of large-scale manufacturing Over the last couple of decades, HIV/AIDS has turned from a grim diagnosis to a manageable disease...
City of Hope and Griffith University researchers use novel method to block HIV in mice
CONTACT Zen Vuong 626-409-9367zvuong@coh.org   Scientists developed an anti-HIV protein called ZPAMt that can be delivered to affected areas using exosomes, nanosized parts of cells able to reach difficult-to-access...
Researcher developing vaccine for Kaposi sarcoma
“It’s not HIV that kills you, it’s the co-infections that do,” said Javier Gordon Ogembo, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Immuno-Oncology at City of Hope.   Among the deadliest...
A new standard of care: HIV not a barrier to stem cell transplants
The HIV virus This story is part of a series that explores the success of City of Hope’s bone marrow transplant program, which recently performed its 15,000th transplant.  ...
This modified design for the CRISPR gene editing tool could eventually improve therapies for HIV and sickle cell disease
CONTACT Zen Vuong 626-409-9367zvuong@coh.org   City of Hope’s cell experiments show more effective genetic ‘cuts’ that could one day become the foundation of new and more effective gene therapies...
Modified CRISPR could improve therapies for HIV, sickle cell disease
City of Hope researchers may have found a way to sharpen the fastest, cheapest and most accurate gene-editing technique, CRISPR-Cas9, so that it can more successfully cut out undesirable genetic...