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. Spring/Summer 2007

In this issue, Dr. Antoni Ribas and Dr. Alistair Cochran discuss JCCC progress in melanoma research. Details of the upcoming JCCF Taste for a Cure are announced. Advances in sarcoma, colorectal cancer, and breast cancer are also covered. This issue also highlights generous support from community events and individual philanthropists during the past year.

. Fall/Winter 2006

In this issue, Dr. Patricia Ganz introduces the UCLA-LIVESTRONG™ Survivorship Center of Excellence. It also showcases the FDA approval of Sprycel and progress in treating both kidney cancer and lung cancer. Highlights of A Taste of Napa and other community events are also included along with the Lifeline Connection Honor Roll.

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Spring/Summer 2006

JCCF's 11th annual signature fundraising event, A Taste of Napa, is featured in this issue, along with photos from some of the community events held to benefit JCCC. Dr. Owen Witte discusses how JCCC researchers were able to use PET imaging to observe in real time how the immune system initially recognizes cancer and mobilizes to fight the disease.

. Fall/Winter 2005

This issue features Dr. Dennis Slamon and his research on Herceptin, which is heralded as the single greatest advance in breast cancer therapy in more than six decades. It also covers new discoveries made in lung cancer therapy. Foundation news, including events, lifeline connection honor roll, and Epicurean Evening, are highlighted

Board Spring/Summer 2005

This issue spotlights the new Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Medicine (ISCBM) at UCLA. It also describes research involving green tea extract to fight cancer and the possibility of using saliva to detect head and neck cancer. Foundation activities, including Epicurean Evening and community events, are also showcased.

Board Fall/Winter 2004

This issue presents Dr. Harley Kornblum and his research on tracking the elusive origins of brain cancer cells. It also covers new drug combination therapy extending colorectal cancer patients' lives, Lifeline Connection honor roll, and Foundation activities.


Board Spring/Summer 2004

In this issue, Dr. Michael Carey and Dr. Lily Wu discuss innovations in prostate cancer treatment. This newsletter also covers excellence in research, yoga as an energy booster for cancer survivors, and community activities.


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Fall/Winter 2003

This issue describes Dr. Leonard Rome and his research on microscopic vault particles, which might be used as a tool in fighting cancer. It also includes profiles on JCCC researchers and in-depth reporting on Foundation activities such as Epicurean Evening.


Board Spring/Summer 2003

This issue spotlights Dr. James Economou, a nationally recognized expert in the field of gene-based vaccine therapies for melanomas and liver cancer. Also discussed are herbal therapies, several new medicines, faculty research, and Foundation activities.




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