radiation oncology

The precise targeting capabilities of MRI guidance results in fewer side effects, new research shows

By uclahealth • January 12, 2023

Annual screenings improve chances of catching disease early and new guidelines expand opportunities

By uclahealth • November 16, 2021

‘This is about trying to get to a time when no one dies of lung cancer,’ says Dr. Drew Moghanaki, chief of thoracic oncology for UCLA Health.

By Sandy Cohen • November 3, 2021

‘Too often we focus on the science and forget the humanity of medicine, and that’s part of what our department is trying to change,’ says Dr. Puja Venkat

By uclahealth • May 24, 2021

‘If you want to know the main feeling, it was just gratitude,’ says Judy Gasson, former director of the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, who underwent treatment in 2020

By uclahealth • April 29, 2021

'It goes to show what smart doctors can do,’ says John Babcock, who was treated with short-course radiotherapy

By uclahealth • April 16, 2021

‘Prostate cancer responds very well to a higher daily dose radiation delivered precisely and with expertise,’ says UCLA Health's Dr. Amar U. Kishan

By uclahealth • April 9, 2021

“I was one hundred percent sure I had hemorrhoids,” recalls Stephane Strouk, an avid motorcyclist who decided to get a colonoscopy in 2016 to be sure. ...

By uclahealth • September 2, 2020

I am in Korcula, Croatia sailing on a 42’ boat with 3 other couples.We are sitting knee to knee in the stern cockpit.We start exchanging ...

By KSC • September 12, 2019

I think very few people understand what a radiation oncologist does,” says Dr. Percy Lee, an Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Education for the ...

By uclahealth • November 16, 2016