Items Tagged ‘neurosurgery’

New program helps vets suffering from invisible wounds of war

April 22, 2016

New program helps vets suffering from invisible wounds of war

By Meg Sullivan Meg Sullivan

More than 100 well-wishers gathered April 13 at a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony for UCLA Operation Mend’s new program that is designed to heal the hidden, yet lingering, wounds of war. “This is a new day, a program we can be proud of,” said retired General Peter W. Chiarelli an executive advisor to the Ronald A. […]

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Tags: Amy Albin, integrative medicine, intensive care, media, military, neurology, neurosurgery, Operation Mend, psychiatry, Tiverton House, traumatic brain injury, veterans


March 30, 2016

I was an aneurysm patient at Ronald Reagen UCLA

By Washington69 Washington69

I was on a cruise when my aneurysm ruptured. I was brought to Ronald Reagan and Dr. Satoshi Tateshima performed the surgery on my brain and saved my life. I couldn’t believe i was still alive after the ordeal i went through. Thank God for guiding his hands and performing a miracle. I’ll be forever […]

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Tags: aneurysm, Doctors Day, Dr. Satoshi Tateshima, neurosurgery, patient stories