Each year, more than 100 million people benefit from discoveries made at City of Hope. Four of the most widely used cancer drugs are based on technology pioneered by City of Hope, and the organization is forging new techniques for bone marrow and stem cell transplants. City of Hope is currently conducting more than 500 clinical trials, and its physicians and scientists are connected through a powerful research environment that speeds the development of new drugs and intervention, allowing patients to receive the latest treatments in cancer care.
City of Hope’s planned $1 billion investment to develop and support a comprehensive cancer campus of the future at FivePoint Gateway in Irvine will bring the technology, science and research to Orange County. The campus is expected to include an outpatient center, a clinical research center with access to phase I-III clinical trials, integrated cancer preventive care utilizing emerging technologies and Orange County’s only specialty hospital focused exclusively on treating and curing cancer.