kidney disease

The use of a race coefficient in the equation to test kidney function traces back to an old study that had serious limitations.

By uclahealth • September 20, 2022

Marc Coronel just needed the right doctor in his corner. Dr. Anjay Rastogi came along just in time.

By Chayil Champion • July 13, 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

Former gang member turned TV news producer could have a transplant within a year

By uclahealth • March 4, 2022

Never mind the fad diets, it really just comes down to what you eat and drink regularly, says a team of UCLA Health scientists

By uclahealth • January 5, 2022

Variants, vaccines, artificial kidney topped the list

By uclahealth • December 28, 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 ...

By JackBK • November 19, 2021

Ask the Doctors answer a few questions in their monthly letters column

By Ask the Doctors • July 12, 2021

Detecting one of the most common cancers

By uclahealth • April 22, 2021

UCLA Health’s Dr. Ira Kurtz and collaborators are nearing the finish line in development of the groundbreaking device

By uclahealth • January 29, 2021