leukemia

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

By uclahealth • November 3, 2022

Pedro Lopez shows superhero-like perseverance as UCLA men's basketball kid captain

By Chayil Champion • March 29, 2021

Richard Hart's journey was not for the faint of heart

By uclahealth • September 22, 2020

“My daughter is getting an infusion right now,” explains Rose Tafoya, who chose Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. “Maria is 34-years-old and had adult acute ...

By uclahealth • February 20, 2020

“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

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

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 ...

By uclahealth • July 19, 2019