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Cedars-Sinai Cancer in Los Angeles serves one of the most diverse regions globally. Ranked No. 7 for cancer by U.S. News & World Report 2020-2021, the center’s clinicians are committed to providing compassionate, state-of-the-art care, while its scientists are carrying out the latest translational research and groundbreaking advances. The cancer enterprise includes the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute, The Angeles Clinic and Research Institute, Tower Hematology Oncology Medical Group, Torrance Memorial Hunt Cancer Center and Cedars-Sinai Tarzana.

Latest from Cedars-Sinai Cancer

BRCA Mutations, HRD Status Drive PARP Inhibitor Selection in Ovarian Cancer Maintenance

November 03, 2022

Bobbie J. Rimel, MD, discusses how PARP inhibitors are deployed across different treatment settings of ovarian cancer, the recent market withdrawal of PARP inhibitors in later-line indications, and ongoing research efforts at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for patients with ovarian cancer.

Immunotherapy-Based Endeavors Could Alter Treatment Landscape in Metastatic TNBC

October 24, 2022

Yuan Yuan, MD, PhD, discusses the role immune checkpoint inhibitors have played in the treatment of triple-negative breast cancer, ongoing efforts to investigate the role of immunotherapy in breast cancer, and the work Cedars-Sinai is conducting to promote breast cancer awareness.

Superior Survival Benefit With Ramucirumab Plus Pembrolizumab Observed in ICI-Resistant NSCLC

June 03, 2022

The addition of ramucirumab to pembrolizumab elicited significant response among patients with advanced non–small cell lung cancer who experienced disease progression following treatment with PD-1/PD-L1 inhibitors and platinum-based doublet chemotherapy.

Blood & Marrow Transplant Outcomes Exceed Expectations

February 01, 2022

The Cedars-Sinai Cancer Blood & Marrow Transplant Program’s one-year patient survival rate exceeded expectations compared to transplant centers in the U.S. whose similar patients underwent allogeneic transplants.