Immunotherapy

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City of Hope research reveals an immune cell that can attack cancer
According to preclinical research published online today in Cell, one of the world’s premier scientific journals, researchers at City of Hope® have discovered that a type of immune cell...
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...
City of Hope scientists present promising new research at American Society of Hematology annual meeting
Physicians and scientists with City of Hope® presented data on potential new treatment options for blood cancers at this year’s American Society of Hematology (ASH) conference in San Diego, California...
‘Relentless’ mom battles Stage 4 lung cancer
“I’m relentless. I’m a ‘go-go-go’ person!”Alisa Secaida learned early on how to compete, how to keep looking forward despite setbacks and how to fight the righteous fight. Her “get-it-done”...
Study identifies promising treatment for advanced colorectal cancer
An international Phase 3 clinical trial found that metastatic colorectal cancer patients with a rare genetic tumor mutation called KRAS G12C experienced superior progression-free survival rates compared to standard of...
Breast cancer surgeon pushes for new ways to beat disease
Surgical oncologist Jamie Rand, M.D., has experienced the toll of cancer in a deeply personal way. Four years ago, she lost her mother to a rare form of the...
Young metastatic breast cancer patient perseveres
“I’m very talkative. I have many opinions!”She smiles when she says it. Lihong “Sabrina” He has plenty to say and doesn’t hesitate to say it, even in places where...
CAR T cell therapy a game-changer for teen with leukemia
Sebastian "Diego" Serna is a happy, healthy 16-year-old with big plans. “I want to finish high school,” he says, “then go to college, study criminal justice and go into law...
Patient thriving after experimental lymphoma treatment
Renee Bentson wasn’t accustomed to feeling tired. Or ill. “I’ve always been a healthy person,” said the Covina, California, mother of five and gym enthusiast, 71. “I would run seven...
CAR T cell therapy trial targets advanced ovarian cancer
Very few effective treatment options are available for patients with recurrent ovarian cancer and other solid tumors, but researchers are trying to change that.  Saul Priceman, Ph.D. Scientists at City of Hope recently...