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DUARTE CAMPUS
 
Located just northeast of Los Angeles, City of Hope bridges innovative science with compassionate patient care. Here, stretched across more than 100 acres in the City of Duarte, lushly landscaped gardens and open spaces surround our cutting edge medical and research facilities.
 
Medical Facilities at the Duarte Campus Include:
 

COMMUNITY PRACTICES
 
City of Hope’s community practices extend the institution’s reach to more patients by bringing premier care to local communities in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties.
 
Located in Lancaster, Calif., City of Hope | Antelope Valley provides a comprehensive range of surgical, treatment and diagnostic services for patients with cancer.
 
Working with local physicians, City of Hope provides Arcadia and its surrounding communities with unmatched cancer treatment and care.
 
Whether you’re becoming a patient or referring one, City of Hope | Mission Hills offers superior expertise in the field of surgical oncology for breast cancer, colon cancer, pancreatic cancer, gynecologic cancers.
 
Located on Indian Canyon Dr. in Palm Springs, Calif., City of Hope physicians provide surgical and diagnostic expertise for patients with cancer.
 
City of Hope | Pasadena’s Urology and Urologic Oncology program offers state-of-the-art treatment options including robotic-assisted surgery which provides patients the benefits of faster recovery, decreased blood loss and minimal discomfort.
 
Located on the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital campus in Santa Clarita, California, City of Hope physicians provide surgical expertise for patients with general, thoracic, neurologic and urologic cancers.
 
City of Hope | South Pasadena is a 22,000 square foot state-of-the-art outpatient cancer center serving the San Gabriel and San Fernando valleys and the greater Los Angeles region.
 

Locations

Locations

DUARTE CAMPUS
 
Located just northeast of Los Angeles, City of Hope bridges innovative science with compassionate patient care. Here, stretched across more than 100 acres in the City of Duarte, lushly landscaped gardens and open spaces surround our cutting edge medical and research facilities.
 
Medical Facilities at the Duarte Campus Include:
 

COMMUNITY PRACTICES
 
City of Hope’s community practices extend the institution’s reach to more patients by bringing premier care to local communities in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties.
 
Located in Lancaster, Calif., City of Hope | Antelope Valley provides a comprehensive range of surgical, treatment and diagnostic services for patients with cancer.
 
Working with local physicians, City of Hope provides Arcadia and its surrounding communities with unmatched cancer treatment and care.
 
Whether you’re becoming a patient or referring one, City of Hope | Mission Hills offers superior expertise in the field of surgical oncology for breast cancer, colon cancer, pancreatic cancer, gynecologic cancers.
 
Located on Indian Canyon Dr. in Palm Springs, Calif., City of Hope physicians provide surgical and diagnostic expertise for patients with cancer.
 
City of Hope | Pasadena’s Urology and Urologic Oncology program offers state-of-the-art treatment options including robotic-assisted surgery which provides patients the benefits of faster recovery, decreased blood loss and minimal discomfort.
 
Located on the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital campus in Santa Clarita, California, City of Hope physicians provide surgical expertise for patients with general, thoracic, neurologic and urologic cancers.
 
City of Hope | South Pasadena is a 22,000 square foot state-of-the-art outpatient cancer center serving the San Gabriel and San Fernando valleys and the greater Los Angeles region.
 
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What makes City of Hope research different? Collaboration(w/VIDEO)

What makes City of Hope research different? Collaboration (w/VIDEO)

Regardless of their institution, all cancer researchers want one thing – to find a cure for cancer. But City of Hope researchers have some advantages in this quest. The advantages start with a culture...

May 8, 2014

 
This celebration (Bone Marrow Transplant Reunion) includesreflection

This celebration (Bone Marrow Transplant Reunion) includes reflection

At City of Hope’s upcoming Bone Marrow Transplant Reunion on Friday, May 9, hundreds of patients and the doctors and nurses who cared for them through their battles with cancer and...

May 7, 2014

 
From donor to recipient: Follow the blood (w/VIDEO)

From donor to recipient: Follow the blood (w/VIDEO)

Every day in the United States, an estimated 40,000 units of blood products are used to treat the injured and the ill. This includes City of Hope patients, who count on donated blood during surge...

May 6, 2014

 
Introduction to City of Hope
Learn more about City of Hope's institutional distinctions, breakthrough innovations and collaborations.
Clinical Trials
Our aggressive pursuit to discover better ways to help patients now – not years from now – places us among the leaders worldwide in the administration of clinical trials.
 
NEWS & UPDATES
  • Cancer research has yielded scientific breakthroughs that offer patients more options, more hope for survival and a higher quality of life than ever before. The 14.5 million cancer patients living in the United States are living proof that cancer research saves lives. Now, in addition to the clinic, hospital an...
  • Advances in cancer treatment, built on discoveries made in the laboratory then brought to the bedside, have phenomenally changed the reality of living with a cancer diagnosis. More than any other time in history, people diagnosed with cancer are more likely to survive and to enjoy a high quality of life. Howeve...
  • While health care reform has led to an increase in the number of people signing up for health insurance, many people remain uninsured or are not taking full advantage of the health benefits they now have. Still others are finding that, although their premiums are affordable, they aren’t able to see the do...
  • Kidney cancer rates and thyroid cancer rates in adults have continued to rise year after year. Now a new study has found that incidence rates for these cancers are also increasing in children — particularly in African-American children. The study, published online this month in Pediatrics, examined childhood ca...
  • Thyroid cancer has become one of the fastest-growing cancers in the United States for both men and women. The chance of being diagnosed with the cancer has nearly doubled since 1990. This year an estimated 63,000 people will be diagnosed with thyroid cancer in the United States and nearly 1,900 people will die ...
  • Older teenagers and young adults traditionally face worse outcomes than younger children when diagnosed with brain cancer and other central nervous system tumors. A first-of-its-kind study shows why. A team of researchers from the departments of Population Sciences and Pathology at City of Hope recently examine...
  • Cancer treatment can take a toll on the mouth, even if a patient’s cancer has nothing to do with the head or throat, leading to a dry mouth, or a very sore mouth, and making it difficult to swallow or eat. Here’s some advice from the National Cancer Institute (NCI)  on how to ease cancer-related dis...
  • Radiation oncology is one of the three main specialties involved in the successful treatment of cancer, along with surgical oncology and medical oncology. Experts in this field, known as radiation oncologists, advise patients as to whether radiation therapy will be useful for their cancer – and how it can best ...
  • There’s more to cancer care than simply helping patients survive. There’s more to cancer treatment than simple survival. Constant pain should not be part of conquering cancer,  insists Betty Ferrell, Ph.D., R.N., director of nursing research and education at City of Hope. She wants patients and caregivers...
  • Even its name is daunting. Systemic mastocytosis is a fatal disease of the blood with no known cure. But a new study suggests a bone marrow transplant may be the answer for some patients. While rare, systemic mastocytosis is resistant to treatment with drugs and, when aggressive, can be fatal within four years ...
  • Could what you eat affect the health of your chromosomes? The short answer is, “Yes.” Researchers led by Dustin Schones, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Cancer Biology, and Rama Natarajan, Ph.D., director of the Division of Molecular Diabetes Research and the National Business Products Industry ...
  • September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Here, Bertram Yuh, M.D., assistant clinical professor in the Division of Urology and Urologic Oncology at City of Hope, explains the importance of understanding the risk factors for the disease and ways to reduce those risks, as well as overall prostate health. “Wha...
  • ** Learn more about prostate health, plus prostate cancer research and treatment, at City of Hope. ** Learn more about getting a second opinion at City of Hope by visiting us online or by calling 800-826-HOPE (4673). City of Hope staff will explain what’s required for a consult at City of Hope and help yo...
  • Childhood cancer survival rates have increased dramatically over the past 40 years. More than 80 percent of children with cancer now survive five years or more, which is a tremendous feat. Despite the survival rate increase, cancer continues to be the No. 1 disease killer and second-leading cause of death in ch...
  • Although a stem cell transplant can be a lifesaving procedure for people diagnosed with a blood cancer or blood disorder, the standard transplant may not be appropriate for all patients. This is because the conditioning regimen (the intensive chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments preceding the transplant) is...