A Quarterly Publication of City of Hope | Volume 21 Number 1 | Summer 2010
Kid-netic Energyby Wayne LewisCommitted kids raise funds to promote research, treatment and care.
We are familyJames Brown and Carol Raines-Brown fought his prostate cancer the only way they knew how – together.
Streamlining licensing process to meet patient needsby Assemblymember Warren T. Furutani, 55th Assembly District
Unique cards convey your message about a donation made in a special person’s name. Your generous contribution will help advance City of Hope research and treatment.
Passing the Test by Shawn Le and Alicia Di Rado
Physicians are encouraged to better educate men about prostate cancer screenings.
Please be Seeded by H. Chung So
Pomegranates may prove fruitful for breast cancer prevention.
Supplying the Demand by Darrin S. Joy
New treatments depend on coordinated and continuous supplies of cells.
Citizen Soldier by Roberta Nichols
Researchers use the Internet to enlist participants from Love/Avon Army of Women.
Cinnamon Inhibition by Darrin S. Joy
Extracts of the aromatic spice may cut off tumors’ blood supply.
City of Hope launches $1 billion centennial campaign.
The institution garnered the Summit Award for Inpatient Care in recognition of high patient satisfaction.
Leslie Bernstein, Ph.D., adds another accolade to her already impressive resume.
Two researchers seeking answers to lymphoma receive Nesvig Research Fellowship
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