Patient Story

‘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

Ann McLaughlin’s complex surgery also required repair of the left atrium of her heart

By uclahealth • July 6, 2022

‘I knew that if it was me, if I was a match, I was going to do it,’ says Yadira Ortega

By uclahealth • May 16, 2022

3D model of heart helped doctors prepare for intricate procedure

By uclahealth • April 6, 2022

Devin Dillon is the perfect example of why colorectal cancer screenings are now recommended beginning at age 45

By uclahealth • March 29, 2022

The Thousand Oaks resident was diagnosed with colorectal cancer at just 26, underscoring a troubling trend

By uclahealth • March 14, 2022

'They are recovering quickly and getting real relief from the extreme pain that was bothering them,’ says UCLA orthopedic surgeon Dr. Don Young Park

By uclahealth • March 1, 2022

UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital tailors program to the individual patient based on development, needs

By uclahealth • January 19, 2022

Willow Crisostomo’s middle name, Lux, means light in Latin. At five years old, she is a bright light of smiles, love and curiosity. When Willow was born she weighed just 14 ounces, about the same as a football.

By uclahealth • December 16, 2021

Being a great doctor is not just about being first in your class at Med School. It's actually much more about developing compassion, empathy, insight and care with a patient on an individual basis. Through an amazing set of fortuitous circumstances, I was introduced to Dr. Niloofar Nobakht just as I [...]

By JackBK • November 19, 2021