COVID-19

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Celebrating ‘everyday heroes’ during hospital week
National Hospital Week is an opportunity to highlight hospitals, health systems and health care workers and the innovative ways they are supporting and connected to patients and the community. As...
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!”...
New preclinical data show broad immune response to City of Hope-developed COVID-19 vaccine
  Don J. Diamond, Ph.D. COH04S1, a City of Hope-developed COVID-19 investigational vaccine, stimulated broad-spectrum protective immunity against SARS-CoV-2 variants in new preclinical research due to its inclusion of both...
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...
City of Hope physicians/scientists lead multiple, innovative COVID-19 research projects
CONTACT Letisia Marquez 626-476-7593lemarquez@coh.org   Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-NK cell therapy to treat the virus is one of more than two dozen COVID-19 research projects underway   DUARTE, Calif...
City of Hope and Griffith University researchers develop direct-acting antiviral to treat COVID-19
CONTACT Zen Vuong 626-409-9367zvuong@coh.org   An international team of scientists from the Menzies Health Institute Queensland (MHIQ) at Griffith University and from City of Hope, a research and treatment...
City of Hope scientists delving into COVID-19 research
As City of Hope’s research to find better treatments for cancer and diabetes continues during the COVID-19 pandemic, the institution’s renowned physician-scientists are also using their expertise to attack the deadly...
TGen IDs gene that may explain disparity in COVID-19 effects
City of Hope’s Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) has identified a specific genetic target that could help explain the tremendous variation in how sick those infected with COVID-19 become.   The study results, recently...
Selflessness and courage during an extraordinary time
The year 2020 and its aftermath shook the world. But City of Hope faced the difficulties of the coronavirus outbreak while staying focused on its mission — and even building momentum —...
Determined mom triumphs over breast cancer, leukemia and COVID-19
“I’m the luckiest unlucky person you know!”   So says Sandy Shapiro, a single mother from Los Angeles with two daughters, a career as a documentary producer, a “fierce”...