Items Tagged ‘community’

Kindergarten class supports wounded veterans with homemade 'quilt of valor'

May 29, 2018

Kindergarten class supports wounded veterans with homemade ‘quilt of valor’

By Amy Albin amyalbin

The quilt was presented to the UCLA Health Operation Mend program A kindergarten class from the Berkeley Hall School in Los Angeles presented a homemade “quilt of valor” to UCLA Health Operation Mend, a program that provides health services for wounded post 9/11 service members. Quilts of valor are given to injured military service members […]

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Tags: community, quilt of valor, UCLA Health Operation Mend, veterans, Wounded Veterans, Wounded Warrior Project


Everything is fine now

August 7, 2017

Everything is fine now

By uclahealth uclahealth

“I had prostate cancer at 55 years of age,” says Robert Grycan, who chose to seek help from Dr. Stuart Holden on the advice of a family member. Robert now goes to his appointments at the Clark Urology Center in Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. “Everything is fine now; I’m in remission. I did have […]

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Tags: breast cancer, cancer, Clark Urology Center, community, Dr. Stuart Holden, featured, prostrate cancer, remission, reoccurrence, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, US News