Tags » City Of Hope

Love Out Lavender

For 3 years now I have had the honor to be the photographer for this campaign. “Love out Lavender unites creative people through fundraising to conquer cancer with inspiring images and unique events.” They are a 501c3 non-profit organization whose fundraising dollars are given to the City of Hope. 203 more words


Stem Cell Agency invests in stem cell therapies targeting sickle cell disease and solid cancers

Today CIRM’s governing Board invested almost $10 million in stem cell research for sickle cell disease and patients with solid cancer tumors.

Clinical trial for sickle cell disease… 812 more words

Clinical Trials

Global work - underserved populations

I no longer know where my nursing education stops and life begins.  At my 4 hour orientation on Saturday with Church World Service we talked about how work is a big part of one’s identity in the US and newly displaced people from other countries – work is not necessarily a large part of one’s identity in their home country, as it is here.  680 more words


City of Hope’s Diabetes and Metabolism Research Institute

A real estate investor with over 55 years of experience, Lew McGinnis works to share his success with those in need. Over the years, Lew McGinnis has dedicated his time and resources to a number of organizations, including City of Hope. 202 more words

Lew Mcginnis

New Year, New Decisions

Studying Choices and Making Choices

I love studying decision making.  But it tends to inhibit my own ability to choose — as if making my own decisions should be perfect, knowing what I do about all the ways to make mistakes.  682 more words

Decision Making

Throwback Thursday: Progress towards a cure for HIV/AIDS

Welcome to our “Throwback Thursday” series on the Stem Cellar. Over the years, we’ve accumulated an arsenal of exciting stem cell stories about advances towards stem cell-based cures for serious diseases. 604 more words

Stem Cell Research

Inspiring the next generation of stem cell scientists

“The technological breakthroughs that will be happening over the next few years – it’s your generation of scientists that will make this happen.”

Dr. John Zaia, the Director of City of Hope’s Center for Gene Therapy, directed these words to a group of 55 talented high school students attending the 2017 CIRM SPARK meeting.

353 more words
Stem Cell Research