Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology

The psychologist’s experience navigating the health care system as a teen helps her connect with patients going through cancer treatment

By uclahealth • December 6, 2022

UCLA Health San Luis Obispo Cancer Center turns heads and draws patients.

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • October 28, 2022

New UCLA Health program includes yoga, meditation and a peer support group

By uclahealth • May 11, 2022

The Thousand Oaks resident was diagnosed with colorectal cancer at just 26, underscoring a troubling trend

By uclahealth • March 14, 2022

Providing whole-person care to cancer patients includes culturally competent mental health services

By uclahealth • October 20, 2021

Sydney Siegel creates a program with a "ripple" effect for cancer patients

By Denise Heady • August 4, 2020

A cancer diagnosis is never easy for anyone. And it is especially hard for parents to watch their child go through difficult treatments, regardless of how old their child may be. There’s a sense of helplessness and disbelief that can be hard to digest. This was true for Todd Krouner when [...]

By uclahealth • June 14, 2019

Theo Tittle grew up knowing his dad wasn’t like everyone else. For starters, his father, Bently, battled a rare genetic form of kidney cancer that entailed three major surgeries, various cancer-fighting treatments and participation in a clinical trial. [...]

By Denise Heady • January 2, 2019

“I walked into the Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology one day after radiation and really liked it,” says Gene Alper, who came to UCLA Health for radiation and ongoing treatment after partial surgery on a brain tumor. “I really enjoy being in the company of other cancer patients and [...]

By uclahealth • December 12, 2018

“I’m a big believer in bringing creativity to the medical setting,” says Sydney Siegel, a clinical oncology social worker at the Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology who helped patients create Jackson Pollock inspired art. “I think art therapy workshops, as an alternative to support groups, can help patients cope [...]

By uclahealth • December 12, 2018