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Volunteer Gives a Lifetime of Service to Cedars-Sinai

Ruthie Krivis has been volunteering at Cedars-Sinai for 42 years. For National Volunteer Week, we talked to Ruthie about the impact she's made as a volunteer and how rewarding giving your time can be.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Apr 18, 2022

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Raising Awareness of Leukemia in the Latinx Community

Melding together Mayan imagery and modern medicine, a Cedars-Sinai oncologist hopes to raise awareness of the prevalence—and curability—of leukemia in Latinos.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Apr 15, 2022

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Oral Cancer: Six Things Everybody Should Know

Oropharyngeal cancers are on the rise, but safe sex and vaccination can make a difference.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Apr 08, 2022

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Understanding Ovarian Cyst

Most women develop ovarian cysts with few symptoms, but these cysts can cause severe pain or complications if they get too large or rupture. A Cedars-Sinai gynecologist explains what's normal.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Apr 04, 2022

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Living with Colon Cancer

Lois Buckman values every second of her time. In an emergency surgery, doctors discovered her colon had been completely blocked by tumors. She learned from Dr. Zuri Murrell that her chance of surviving the emergency surgery had been only...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Mar 11, 2022

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Latino Patients Have Higher Rate of Gastric Cancer Diagnosis, Survival

Researchers are seeing more stomach cancers in otherwise healthy young Hispanic patients and, despite socioeconomic barriers, see better outcomes when compared to non-Hispanics.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Jan 24, 2022

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High-Resolution PSMA PET MRI for Tumor Mapping

Cedars-Sinai is finding new ways to identify and treat tumors across the entire prostate gland using prostate-specific PET tracers to ensure the whole gland is cancer free.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Jan 24, 2022

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Immunotherapy: The Fourth Pillar of Cancer Care

While it doesn't work for every cancer or patient, immunotherapy is a major advance in cancer treatment, using the patient's own immune system to fight abnormal cells without the side effects of chemotherapy

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Dec 27, 2021

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Tackling Cancer With Targeted Therapy

DiAnn Smith was first diagnosed with lung cancer in 2007. During a regular follow-up in 2017, doctors found traces of cancer in her left lung. When DiAnn moved to California, she was referred to Dr. Karen Reckamp. After evaluating her, ...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Nov 22, 2021

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Emphasis on Empathy

Dr. Andrew Hendifar takes pride in his tenacity. Years ago, he decided to focus his practice on pancreatic cancer because fighting the disease demands that trait.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Nov 19, 2021

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Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Thoracic Surgeon Dr. Taryne Imai

Meet Cedars-Sinai thoracic surgeon Dr. Taryne Imai! As a thoracic surgeon, she's primarily focused on helping patients fighting cancer in the chest and lungs.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Nov 19, 2021

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The Evolution of Lung Cancer Surgery

Dr. Soukiasian has witnessed firsthand the massive shifts in how lung cancer is treated—and has been a pioneer in innovative surgical treatments for lung cancer.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Nov 17, 2021

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The Untapped Potential of Stem Cells

It's been 40 years since the first embryonic stem cells were cultivated from mice. Decades later, the applications of regenerative medicine are blossoming. Read more.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Oct 22, 2021