A Quarterly Publication of City of Hope | Volume 20 Number 3 | Fall 2009


On a mission to keep kids with cancer whole

Denise Batres testifies in California's Capitol.

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Leading law firm lifts grad school to a new level

Generous gift names new school, creates professorship.

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Jonas Brothers back metabolic research

Trio targets type 1 diabetes.

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Chivas USA and City of Hope "Celebrate Hope"

Kick off of unique diabetes awareness and wellness partnership campaign.

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Unexpected destination

Larry Brauer talks about the twists and turns in the road of life that led him and his wife to City of Hope.

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Many ways to give

Donating blood, volunteering time to help patients or cash contributions are just some of the many ways that City of Hope’s dedicated backers do their part.

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Research & Treatment

A Call for Help by Wayne Lewis

A unique counseling program supports underserved cervical cancer survivors

Newfound Freedom by Roberta Nichols

Islet transplantation breaks the chain of insulin dependence

Curing with Caring by Roberta Nichols

Alexandra Levine never loses sight of the human side of medicine

This Year's Model by Roberta Nichols

Researchers design a national model to help lung cancer patients and families

Inside City of Hope

Nurses lauded for healing legacy

Marcia Grant and Rose Virani honored for contributions to advance oncology nursing
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The Rewards of Caregiving

Nicole Lugo is recognized for her commitment to compassion
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Two prominent executives named to board

Anthony Scott and Stanley Washington appointed to City of Hope national board of directors
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With your support, City of Hope continues to advance its lifesaving research and treatment programs with the committment and conviction that has always guided our institution.

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Cards for Hope

Select from unique cards to 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.

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