blood cancer

The treatment results in remission for many patients, enabling bone marrow transplant

By uclahealth • November 3, 2022

Data suggests it’s the life-saving cancer treatment that increases the risk

By uclahealth • September 20, 2021

“Skye is a Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia, or JMML pediatric cancer survivor,” reveals Talia Savren-McCormick, mother to four-year-old Skye Savren-McCormick.

By uclahealth • December 12, 2019

“My mom passed away from lymphoma cancer four years ago,” reveals Hilda Zamora, a purchasing coordinator in the department of medicine. “I wanted to give ...

By uclahealth • October 23, 2019

“Even though I’m not able to be there in person, to comfort a patient or bring hope, by doing this I’m able to give back,” ...

By uclahealth • October 23, 2019

“I’ll be holding my lantern high and proud of everybody else there,” states Daisy Cazares, an administrative assistant in the department of medicine. Daisy ...

By uclahealth • October 22, 2019

The gold lantern is for remembrance, the red lantern is for supporters, and the white lantern is for survivors,” explains Gabriela Rivera, a department security ...

By uclahealth • October 15, 2019

“The Light the Night Walk raises funds for research and raises awareness to come together and support those who have lost someone to a blood ...

By uclahealth • October 9, 2019

UCLA Health and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) have partnered to generate awareness about emerging therapies for blood cancer. In 2018, more than 1.3 million people ...

By uclahealth • October 1, 2019

Robert Miller had no idea his life was about to be turned upside down by cancer. He expected some routine blood tests in preparation for ...

By uclahealth • March 2, 2019