UCLA Health reflects on that epidemic as the world inches toward relief from COVID-19
‘It is a recognition of the scholarly environment and infrastructure we have built to enable and foster outstanding scientific research,’ says David Geffen School of Medicine Dean Kelsey Martin
'TRY' premieres at an international film festival in June
UCLA Health experts weigh in on what they hope to see as the new president takes office
Dr. Jesse Clark, medical director of the UCLA Vine Street Clinic, played a key role in development of the vaccine, which has been granted emergency use authorization by FDA
CDC urges HIV testing to maintain good health and prevent the spread of the disease
The CARE Center at UCLA Health seeks to improve the conversation around living with HIV.
‘It taught me how to go about taking care of transgender and gender diverse patients,’ says first fellow Dr. M. Chase Cates, who trained in the Gender Health Program.
UCLA Health experts explain what goes into deciding to come out. One shares his personal experience.
In 2007, a person with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was considered virtually cured of the disease. Until now, researchers were unable to duplicate the procedure, involving treatment with stem cell transplants, that resulted in the cure. Now, two more patients seem to have reached that critical milestone.Three people reach HIV remission status