UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center

This normally uncommon type of immune system cell can safely and effectively destroy SARS-CoV-2

By uclahealth • April 11, 2022

‘Immunotherapy effectively has given a fourth pillar of cancer therapy besides surgery, radiation therapy and chemical therapy,’ said UCLA Health’s Dr. Antoni Ribas

By uclahealth • January 6, 2022

‘Cultural North Star’ inspires researchers at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

By Sandy Cohen • December 15, 2021

Berzosertib is one of several repurposed drugs scientists are studying to treat the virus

By uclahealth • November 29, 2021

UCLA researchers have successfully – and reproducibly – created clinical-grade transplantable brain cells in the lab

By uclahealth • August 11, 2021

A mother of 3 reflects on her children's battle against a one-in-a-million genetic disorder

By uclahealth • March 1, 2021

Cancer treatments often come with a trade-off: They beat back the disease, only to leave a host of side effects in its place. Some of those side effects [...]

By Tiare Dunlap • February 9, 2018

Good news: Cancer survival rates are improving. The five-year cancer survival rate has risen from 49 percent in the mid-1970s to 69 percent in 2013, even as the U.S. cancer death [...]

By Tiare Dunlap • September 25, 2017

Early in the morning of July 3, 2017, 20 intrepid mice returned to Earth from the International Space Station aboard SpaceX’s Dragon capsule, splashing down in the Pacific Ocean off [...]

By Tiare Dunlap • July 11, 2017

It’s time to rewrite the textbooks. A new study from Samantha Butler of the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine [...]

By Tiare Dunlap • June 7, 2017