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Sep 17, 2019 · Ankle Arthritis and Ankle Replacement

Bob Baravarian, DPM, will discuss the latest advances in treating foot and ankle arthritis, including injection joint lubrication, arthroscopic cleanup, joint-preservation surgery, fusion surgery and ankle-replacement surgery.

Sep 10, 2019 · How Your Primary Care Physician Supports a Cancer Diagnosis

Join William Carroll, MD, UCLA internist and hospitalist, for a discussion about primary care physicians, the integral role they play in supporting patients through a cancer diagnosis, and the importance of advocating for an elevated lifestyle to promote healthy survivorship.

Aug 20, 2019 · Heel and Ankle Pain

Gary Briskin, DPM, will discuss common causes of heel and ankle pain, as well as surgical and nonsurgical therapies.

Aug 13, 2019 · “Latest on Lupus” Annual Patient Conference

Learn about the latest on lupus research from distinguished practitioners and researchers in the field of lupus research and care.

Aug 13, 2019 · Hematologic Cancer Treatment in 2019

Herbert Eradat, MD, UCLA oncologist/hematologist, discusses the different types of  hematologic cancers including leukemias and lymphomas, standard treatment approaches and the approaches, the expanding novel therapeutics for these diseases, and he highlights several new, exciting therapies currently in clinical trials.

Jul 27, 2019 · 2ND ACT SUMMER EVENT

Join us in this all-day session dedicated to approaching life transitions with wisdom and humor. Presenter and alumna Dr. Linda Lehrer ’71 of The Aspen Institute will guide participants through exercises to challenge personal myths about aging and to imagine all that’s possible in their 2nd Act. Guest Fritz Coleman to join.

Cost: $25 admission includes lunch

Jul 16, 2019 · Bunions and Bunion Surgery

Bob Baravarian, DPM, will discuss bunions and the latest surgical and nonsurgical treatments.

Jun 6, 2019 · Melissa P.

My RN Melissa Palan was wonderful! Melissa made a positive difference in my stay at UCLA SM, she was knowledgeable, very helpful, positive, cheerful, and very caring. I would hope there would be more nurses like Melissa,

By: Patricia H.