As the Los Angeles Police Department’s first Latina commander and the former captain of the Gangs and Narcotics Division, Anne Clark is used to big accomplishments. But her greatest accomplishment is beating cancer.

After being diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in 2014, Anne began treatment at City of Hope, undergoing four difficult months of chemotherapy and two weeks of radiation.

Anne has...
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As the Los Angeles Police Departments first Latina commander and the former

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06/23/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
Worried about who will donate to your ourHope page? Don’t be! When you reach out to your friends, family and loved ones, they’ll step up to give. Everyone understands how important this fight is.

Get started today during Take It Personal and you can make twice the impact on the lifesaving work at City of Hope!
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Have you ever stopped to think about what will happen to your online accounts, including social media postings, once you’re no longer able to manage them?

Our free publication, "Easy Steps to Creating a Plan for Your Online Accounts," includes five easy steps to follow and a sample online accounts inventory.

Download it by following the link below.
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City of Hope’s Wai-Yee Li, M.D., Ph.D., understands that surviving cancer is about having a good quality of life.

As an expert in postcancer reconstructive surgery, Dr. Li is committed to helping patients feel great about themselves after undergoing lifesaving operations.
City of Hopes WaiYee Li MD PhD understands that surviving cancer is

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06/21/2017 at 18:23. Facebook
Tracking patients using wireless wrist monitors like Fitbits is a good way to evaluate their recovery after major surgery, according to new research published in JAMA Surgery by City of Hope’s Virginia Sun, Ph.D.

In this pilot study, 20 abdominal cancer (gastric, colorectal, liver and pancreas) patients were given wristband pedometers and completed online surveys about their symptoms and...
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Tracking patients using wireless wrist monitors like Fitbits is a good way

City of Hope Researcher Tracks Surgery Patients via Fitbit in New Study

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About 40 percent of men will receive a cancer diagnosis at some point in their lives.

And while survival rates continue to rise, more can be done to keep men informed about cancer signs, risks and prevention. #MensHealthMonth
About 40 percent of men will receive a cancer diagnosis at some point in their lives

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In 2011, John Garner was diagnosed with Merkel cell carcinoma, a rare skin cancer that affects only about 1,500 people in the United States each year. At diagnosis, his disease was already advanced, and he was told it was incurable.

Six years later, Garner is still here, against all odds, and the lessons he learned from his journey are documented in three books that he’s using as a platform...
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In 2011 John Garner was diagnosed with Merkel cell carcinoma a rare

Survivor of Rare Skin Cancer Pens Three Books

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Every cancer patient, when faced with such a difficult road ahead, reacts differently. Some steel themselves, narrow their eyes, set their jaws and push on, focused on “tomorrow.” Others may throw up their hands and say, “I can't do this!” only to be carried through each day's ordeal with support from loved ones.

For stage 4 cancer survivor Suzette Hodnett, the way forward is to live in the...
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Every cancer patient when faced with such a difficult road ahead reacts

Suzette’s Story: The Journey is Everything

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Join City of Hope's team at the Napa to Sonoma Half Marathon on Sunday, July 16, and help us reach the finish line for cures that much faster.

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Fifth-grader Montana looks up to her dad because his work at City of Hope saves lives. That’s why she chose to create her own fundraiser through ourHope and raise funds to support his work.

You can join her and share your story during Take It Personal this year. Every dollar raised on ourHope will be doubled up to $100,000 through July 31, so now is the perfect time to give back!
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Tyler was diagnosed with mixed germ cell cancer when he was just 15. Thanks to City of Hope, he survived — and he’s giving back through ourHope.

You can join him during Take It Personal this year by making your own page on ourHope. Every dollar raised will be doubled to make twice the impact!
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Dan Rojas, 31, who has been living with HIV since 2011, is one of a handful of brave patients participating in a groundbreaking study at City of Hope that seeks a cure for AIDS.

In the study, doctors at City of Hope’s Alpha Clinic harvest HIV patients’ own stem cells and attempt to genetically modify them so that they are able to block HIV from infecting CD4 T-cells, the human’s natural...
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Dan Rojas 31 who has been living with HIV since 2011 is

HIV Stem Cell Trial Patient Strives, Cycles for a Cure

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The evolution of cancer treatment continues, particularly in the area of gynecologic cancers.

Mehdi Kebria, M.D., assistant clinical professor in the Department of Surgery at City of Hope | Rancho Cucamonga, will be discussing some of these advancements at the Southern California Women’s Cancer Conference on Saturday, June 17, at the Riverside Convention Center.
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At first, Jeanette wasn’t sure if the funds she raised on ourHope would make a real impact. But then she realized that if we all work together, we can make a huge difference in the fight against cancer.

Join Jeanette and tell your own story on ourHope during Take It Personal this year. Every dollar you raise during the campaign will be doubled up to $100,000 to help find new cures and create...
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Rolling Stone included the City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game on its list of top sights during CMA Fest.

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Rolling Stone included the City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game on its

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Tyler Varing was diagnosed with cancer 10 years ago — and his whole family came together to help him through. He teamed up with his doctors, nurses and other staff at City of Hope, and today he's nine years cancer-free.

When he decided to raise funds for City of Hope through ourHope, he relied on that same team to help him make a difference.

You can join Tyler by starting your own fundraiser...
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Tyler Varing was diagnosed with cancer 10 years ago and his whole

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Can’t make it to Nashville for the 2017 City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game? Watch it on Facebook Live, Saturday, June 10 at 9 a.m. PST (11 a.m. CST).

For more coverage, follow #StrikeOutCancer17 on Twitter and Instagram!
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As a nurse coordinator at City of Hope, Christine Magnus Moore, R.N., B.S.N., could never fully comprehend the courage of cancer patients … until she became one herself.

In her memoir, “Both Sides of the Bedside,” Moore writes about her journey through cancer, first as a nurse and then as a patient.
As a nurse coordinator at City of Hope Christine Magnus Moore RN

City of Hope Nurse Writes Memoir on Her Personal Cancer Journey

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