‘The part that I especially would like to get across to people is the importance and value of the aftercare,’ says Caitlin Musick

By uclahealth • October 13, 2022

‘We have a very large clinical trial profile which allows us to have access to novel therapies and new treatment strategies,’ says Dr. Ritu Salani

By uclahealth • October 10, 2022

A family friend is suddenly on hospice care because of esophageal cancer, which has spread to his lungs and liver. The thing is, he never even knew he had it. Other than getting the hiccups and losing some weight, he was fine. What causes this cancer? How common is it?

By Ask the Doctors • October 7, 2022

Removal of ovaries, cancer treatments, can lead to host of symptoms

By uclahealth • October 3, 2022

‘If we discovered this at 50, this would be a much different story,’ says Chad Rubel, a patient at UCLA Health

By uclahealth • September 16, 2022

Researchers at the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center have been awarded funding for their work on brain tumors

By uclahealth • September 14, 2022

A 73-year-old Vietnam War veteran was exposed to Agent Orange and was recently diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer. Using immunotherapy and turkey tail mushroom extract, all but one of the tumors shrank

By Ask the Doctors • August 29, 2022

The delivery of much-needed drugs and supplies was a complex operation that required precise timing due to storage requirements

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • August 25, 2022

For current and former smokers, early detection is key

By uclahealth • August 9, 2022

Over the course of six months, each of the 12 patients accepted into the study received nine infusions of an intravenous immunotherapy drug

By Ask the Doctors • August 8, 2022