oncology

To celebrate her last day of chemotherapy, cancer patient Robin Reader got a special visit from Blue Moon, a mini-horse who is part of the ...

By uclahealth • April 12, 2019

“Twenty years ago my wife had cancer and was treated here. I decided at some point I would come back and be of assistance ...

By uclahealth • April 12, 2019

It can be difficult to know what to do next when your child receives a cancer diagnosis. Gathering information and asking questions is usually ...

By uclahealth • December 4, 2018

Everybody at this location is extremely helpful, from Rosy who took my information and scheduled an appointment with Dr. Eddie Hu, who is only there ...

By AngieC • July 18, 2018

From left: Peter Phung, MD, MBA, Neha Agarwal, MD, Donna Smith, RN, Thanh Neville, MD, MSHS, Sherry Xu, MSN, RN, Kristen ...

By uclahealth • May 4, 2018

Last year in March, I received a call from the school nurse. Saying "C" is alright but I wanted to call because today in class he said he blacked out, didn't know what was going on.

By uclahealth • November 29, 2017

It is horrifying to find out you have cancer. But it is a good thing that thyroid cancer can be cured. Since the beginning, Dr. ...

By marialafitte • July 28, 2017

Nearly five years after her initial diagnosis, Lila thought her cancer was long gone. She had everything but her plane ticket booked for a dream climb up Mt. Kilimanjaro when results from a routine blood draw put plans of scaling Africa’s highest peak on hold.

By uclahealth • July 14, 2017

Dr. Shahryar Ashouri is my oncologist. I absolutely adore him. He's passionate, caring, personable and an all around good man. In 2013, I was diagnosed ...

By paws10 • March 30, 2017

My UCLA Health hematologist Tina Wang, MD, is a brilliant scientist, zeroing in immediately on root causes with diagnostics and tests selected specifically to identify ...

By paulb • March 28, 2017