A Quarterly Publication of City of Hope | Volume 18 Number 3 | Summer 2007


You can help spread the word about City of Hope

You can help spread the word about City of Hope

“Access Hollywood” host Nancy O’Dell and “Men in Trees” actor Scott Elrod appear at second annual Racing for Hope benefit.

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Survivors, families join to celebrate life

New center deemed a lifeline for patients needing blood products

Heart-warming reunion brings donors and patients face to face.

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Sweet soulful sojourn

Five-time Grammy Award-winning and Oscar-nominated singer- songwriter, actress and record producer Janet Jackson joined music industry leaders on a tour of City of Hope’s Duarte, Calif., campus in May 2008.

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My journey with cancer began when my mother, Irene, was diagnosed with breast cancer in October 2003. After her third episode with cancer four years later, we decided to seek help at City of Hope.

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Research & Treatment

Sweet machine

An artificial pancreas could ease confusion and complexity for people with diabetes.

A formidable fungus

Clinical trials put the cancer-fighting potential of white button mushrooms to the test.

Toxin test

A new test could warn against terrorism and help transplant patients, too.

Research milestone

City of Hope marks its 200th patent.


Zacky family furthers decades of City of Hope support

Southern California business leaders Lillian and Robert Zacky, deeply committed to City of Hope since their youth, recently furthered their steadfast support with a $250,000 gift.

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Longtime supporters’ bequest destined to impact lives

“The generosity of a philanthropic couple committed to furthering medical research has resulted in a multimillion-dollar unrestricted gift for City of Hope”.

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Grants at a Glance

Recent major grants support studies into the cancer-fighting potential of mushrooms, improvement of care at the end of life, research into cardiovascular complications of diabetes, and more.

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