From '18 Months Left' to 16 Years

From '18 Months Left' to 16 Years

“They told me the cancer had spread to my bones and I was given an 18-month prognosis,” reveals Nancy Radin, who found out her breast [...]


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Lighting the Night in Remembrance

Lighting the Night in Remembrance

“My mom passed away from lymphoma cancer four years ago,” reveals Hilda Zamora, a purchasing coordinator in the department of medicine. “I wanted to give [...]


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Still Holding My Hand

Still Holding My Hand

“I was the first one in my family to be diagnosed with breast cancer,” recalls Charisse Enrique, who had calcifications when she went in for [...]


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Support All Around

Support All Around

“I’ll be holding my lantern high and proud of everybody else there,” states Daisy Cazares, an administrative assistant in the department of medicine. Daisy [...]


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Experiencing the Best

Experiencing the Best

“Women get to come together, be pampered, and feel beautiful at a time when their bodies and their own identities feel in transition,” acknowledges Joyce [...]


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Finally Able to Relax and Look Forward

Finally Able to Relax and Look Forward

“In the beginning, I felt overwhelmed because everyone said, ‘You should go here’ or, ‘You should go there,’ but I really appreciate that I was [...]


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Conditioning Culver City High

Conditioning Culver City High

“We used the UCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind program [...]


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Why I chose to pursue a career in medicine

Why I chose to pursue a career in medicine

The Mobile Clinic Project at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA has been a weekly reminder to me of why I chose to [...]


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Lighting the Night Part of	Blood Cancer Fight

Lighting the Night Part of Blood Cancer Fight

The gold lantern is for remembrance, the red lantern is for supporters, and the white lantern is for survivors,” explains Gabriela Rivera, a department security [...]


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I Had Breast Cancer

I Had Breast Cancer

“I found a lump on my right nipple, and thought it was nothing, but my mom had a bilateral mastectomy two years prior so I [...]


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Bringing Light to the Darkness

Bringing Light to the Darkness

“The Light the Night Walk raises funds for research and raises awareness to come together and support those who have lost someone to a blood [...]


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Excited About the 'Magic Hour'

Excited About the 'Magic Hour'

“We’re really excited about the ‘magic hour’ our midwife will be helping us create right after I give birth,” says Natalie Smith, who is expecting her first [...]


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