Urologic Cancers

Pages Tagged with "Urologic Cancers"

A cross-country trip leads to an unexpected diagnosis
Kevin O’Connor Many patients who come to City of Hope have never heard of the institution, never before set foot on the Duarte campus. The same cannot be said of Kevin O’Connor...
TGen-led study confirms cell-free DNA in urine as potential method for cancer detection
CONTACTSSteve YozwiakTGen Senior Science [email protected] Zen VuongCity of Hope Media [email protected]  If successful, non-invasive method could transform detection and treatment...
Why regular prostate screening in the COVID-19 era is so important
If Jeff Blake has a personal motto, it probably boils down to two simple words: Move forward.   The 67-year-old IT specialist from La Crescenta, California, always kept a careful...
Mom, son cancer survivors join Walk for Hope as ambassadors
The Seigel family knows the tumultuous emotions that come with a cancer diagnosis, as well as the courage it takes to fight the disease.   Leslie Seigel is a two-time...
Prostate cancer survivorship: Options for improved quality of life
Prostate cancer is an all-too-common disease. Current estimates indicate that 1 in 9 men will face the illness over the course of their lifetimes. Fortunately, it’s also subject to early detection and...
City of Hope study suggests adding the drug berzosertib to standard treatment for metastatic bladder cancer does not benefit patients
CONTACT Zen Vuong 626-409-9367 [email protected] A therapy that combines a drug that disrupts DNA repair with chemotherapy cisplatin and gemcitabine does not prolong progression-free survival for patients with urothelial cancer...