“If I had not had this procedure, then I would’ve had cancer of my esophagus,” believes 72-year-old Harry Corder, who came to UCLA Health after finding out he had Barrett’s esophagus with high dysplasia, or precancerous changes in the cells of the esophagus.
“Most of my career has been centered on understanding how the esophagus works and managing or treating patients with esophageal diseases,” explains Dr. Jeffrey Conklin, medical director of the UCLA Robert G. Kardashian [...]
Not much gets Dimitri Dimitri down. And obstacles? No such thing.
Born in Iran, Dimitri came to the United States to study electronics in college, graduating with a degree from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in1962. Within a week [...]
By uclahealth • October 1, 2011
UCLA Health offers publications for patients and physicians highlighting the latest findings in medicine, research and wellness to support healthy active living.