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Healthcare and Homelessness in California Plenty to share in spite of the season. Dr. Sion Roy, LACMA’s new president, hit the ground running with several meetings with key legislators to talk about healthcare in California and specifically Los Angeles County. From a positive discussion with state Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon including …
cure for diabetes

City of Hope has a bold vision and the generous funding from the Wanek Family has allowed the team to set their timeline for research and a cure for Diabetes. The JDRF estimates that approximately 1.25 million Americans have Type 1 Diabetes. They set healthcare costs for Type 1 Diabetes at 14.9 …
Cancer research

From Popular Mechanics- It’ll Take an Army to Kill the Emperor The men and women who are trying to bring down cancer are starting to join forces rather than work alone. Together, they are winning a few of the battles against the world’s fiercest disease. For this unprecedented special report, …
National Cancer Research Month

Since May is National Cancer Research Month, we’re sharing news and resources. It’s fitting that Congress announced increased funding today for NIH to include a $475 million bump for the National Cancer Institute. We’re following LACMA group partner City of Hope and their success in furthering cancer treatment. We’re watching The Beau Biden Cancer Moonshot and …
City of Hope

ADVANCES: 2017 BRINGS NEW THERAPIES, NEW HOPE TO THOSE BATTLING PEDIATRIC CANCER December 23, 2016 | by Dory Benford for City of Hope From the City of Hope website– At the end of every year, we sit down with our physicians and scientists for their take on how cancer care …
Monday Rx - 12 December

The holidays are coming fast and while the state of healthcare post-election still occupies much conversation, there’s a feeling of celebration in the air as we move toward Hanukkah, Christmas and New Year’s Eve. For most, the holidays are a time to visit and share with friends and family. To that …
Breast Cancer Vaccine City of Hope

‘MIRACLE PATIENT’ FINDS NEW HOPE WITH BREAST CANCER VACCINE City of Hope patient Susan Young has had a remarkable response to a potentially revolutionary new treatment, a combination of the p53 cancer vaccine and a drug that blocks a specific cancer-aiding protein. The 69-year-old came to City of Hope in …
City of Hope

Kety Duron, Chief Human Resources and Diversity Officer at City of Hope was recently featured in an article in Forbes. The piece entitled, Companies Create Powerful Employer Brands By Doing These 4 Things Consistently focuses on strategies for employee engagement and creating a strong company culture. One of our favorite …