City of Hope receives $100M gift from Panda Express founders to create national integrative oncology program

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City of Hope received a $100 million gift from Andrew and Peggy Cherng, philanthropists, co-founders and co-CEOs of Panda Express, to create a first-of-its-kind, national integrative oncology program that brings together Eastern and Western medicine to improve outcomes and quality of life for cancer patients and survivors.

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David W. Craig was named professor and inaugural founding chair of Department of Integrative Translational Sciences within Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope. Craig was also named deputy director of translational sciences at Beckman Research Institute and associate director of data science for City of Hope’s NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center in Los Angeles.