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Woman Who Lost Son To Cancer Makes It Her Mission To Help Families Still Fighting

DUARTE (CBSLA.com) — A mother who lost her son to cancer is giving back to others who are going through the same thing.

“It’s hard. It’s hard, but it’s OK because we’re doing something to bless other families in his memory,” said Heather Donatini as she walked the halls at the City of Hope in Duarte. 242 more words


John Sayles and Maggie Renzi will talk about life, art and "City of Hope" at Images Cinema

100th Anniversary Series continues
John Sayles and Maggie Renzi at Images Cinema

Images Cinema will present an evening with independent filmmaking stalwarts John Sayles and Maggie Renzi ( 536 more words


Tummy Sticks

I’ve been going along, living each day, thanks to my amazing brother, family and friends.  Back in the saddle of life kinda thing.  I was literally just thinking that I was getting into a rut, even taking my miracle life for granted. 763 more words

Health Humor

CIRM Alpha Stem Cell Clinics: Paving a Path to Cures

Our mission at CIRM is to accelerate stem cell treatments to patients with unmet medical needs. Over the past ten years, our agency has been tasked with carefully distributing $3 billion dollars of California state tax payer money to the best and brightest scientists in California (and outside too, providing they meet certain requirements). 504 more words


LA Marathon Relay 2016 Race Review

What a fun running weekend! Nothing like Olympic Trials to get you pumped up for a race. This morning Marta, Brianna, and Sarah ran the full. 716 more words

LA Living


I’m a coach. A football coach. And I don’t know why I’m still alive.

I’m confused because on March 10, 2011, I was diagnosed at the City of Hope in Duarte, CA with merkle cell carcinoma. 366 more words


TFA Summit DC Photo Dump

The LA Marathon weekend is here. Before I overloading this blog with photos from the Olympic Trials (I AM SO EXCITED), the expo, the MARATHON (charity half for me), and the post-party, I had to share photos from our recent trip to DC for the… 411 more words