oncology

Cancer treatments often cause pain and uncomfortable side effects that can last well beyond the final treatment. To manage that pain, many people turn to acupuncture, a method of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).

According to TCM, pain stems from a blockage in the body’s flow of energy (called qi). Acupuncture balances [...]

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Two hematology and oncology nurses from Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center traveled to Capitol Hill this summer to advocate for several bills intended to improve health care services for people with cancer. Michelle Santizo, RN, PHN, [...]

By uclahealth • December 3, 2019

“We look at alternatives to cancer-y things,” says Kristine Knudsen. “People don’t want to have to wear something that is ‘good enough.’ Our head coverings are the perfect example of a range of prices and solutions. We have hats designed for surfers, yoga community head coverings, custom turbans designed by [...]

By uclahealth • July 13, 2019