Items Tagged ‘hospital’

Gigi's Story

September 7, 2018

Gigi’s Story

By uclahealth uclahealth

Genisee Grace, or Gigi as we call her, has always been a special kid with a brilliant mind. Kind of like a grown-up trapped in a kid’s body. She learned to read as a toddler and actually doesn’t remember a time when she couldn’t read. She absolutely loves learning and most nights, she falls asleep […]

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Tags: cancer, dribble for the cure, hospital, pediatric cancer, UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital


Alexa's Story

September 7, 2018

Alexa’s Story

By uclahealth uclahealth

It has been over five years since Alexa was last released from the hospital.  After being diagnosed with Medulloablastoma in 2013, Alexa spent over a year in and out of the hospital. She went through five months of chemotherapy and another month of radiation treatments. Today, she is healthy and is a very active ten-year-old.  She is taking dance lessons, something […]

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Tags: cancer, chemotherapy, dribble for the cure, featured, hospital, medulloablastoma, pediatric cancer, Pediatric Hematology, Pediatric Oncology, radiation, UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital


May 3, 2018

Great Experience With Dr. Livhits

By C3838 C3838

I had surgery in July, it was quite a quick recovery. Dr. Livhits was extremely pleasant and helpful. We saw her after 3 months for checkups and they came up excellent. I had this surgery in Santa Monica at the ucla hospital and I spent 1 night in the hospital and everything has worked out […]

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Tags: Dr. Masha Livhits, hospital, patient stories, surgery, UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica