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Music-loving oncologist joins prostate cancer team
For hematologist-oncologist Alexander Chehrazi-Raffle, M.D., the opportunity to join City of Hope and its renowned prostate cancer team has been something of a long, strange trip. When Chehrazi-Raffle was...
Staying healthy when wildfire smoke fills the air
by Jenny Peters Staying healthy when wildfire smoke fills the air As lingering smoke from wildfires all along the west coast continue to impact our air quality, questions remain about how...
Twins tackle breast cancer together
Clarisa, left, and Iris Valdez. Pictured above, Clarisa with members of her City of Hope care team, Destiny Taylor (left) and Aleksandra Markowski. From early in their lives, twins Clarisa...
What to know about cervical cancer prevention in 2022
As 2022 begins, Cervical Cancer Awareness Month arrives to remind us that there is a cancer that scientists and physicians have really gotten a handle on — as long as...
Advice from a lung expert for staying well amid smoky skies
As lingering smoke from the Bobcat, El Dorado and other wildfires throughout the state continues to impact our air quality, questions remain about how we can best protect our health.    ...
COVID-19 concerns delay patient's diagnosis, treatment
The fear of contracting COVID-19 over the last year has caused many people to delay doctor visits. But when your body shows a marked change, overcoming those fears just might...
2020 Walk for Hope: Meet Walker Millie Lopez-Snyder
For Millie Lopez-Snyder, 46, getting an annual mammogram has always been part of her health routine, particularly because her mother is a breast cancer survivor. In fact, Lopez-Snyder says she...
COVID-19, a cold or the flu? How to tell the difference
Jana Dickter, M.D. As California and many other states have taken extreme measures to halt the spread of COVID-19, many people are still finding themselves falling ill, with symptoms...
COVID-19 and Diabetes: The latest information about the risks
Back in March, as the novel coronavirus began to spread across the United States and the world, we spoke to Fouad Kandeel, M.D., Ph.D., professor of the Department of Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism...
New robotic technology makes all the difference for lung cancer patient
Early testing, accurate diagnostics and decisive action are important elements in the fight against lung cancer. At City of Hope, the recent addition of a new leading-edge robotic bronchoscopy system...