UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center

Not much gets Dimitri Dimitri down. And obstacles? No such thing. Born in Iran, Dimitri ...

By uclahealth • October 1, 2011

The melanoma had spread throughout his body. It was everywhere, and none of the surgeries or chemotherapies or radiation seemed to work. So Joseph ...

By uclahealth • November 1, 2008

Jillian Morris-Jenkins wasn’t old enough to remember when her life was forever changed. At only 2, she was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma, the ...

By uclahealth • November 1, 2008

At 17, Roberto Martinez knew exactly what he wanted – to become a lawyer, earn lots of money and own an expensive home and a ...

By uclahealth • November 1, 2008

Carson Lev is the poster boy for early detection of prostate cancer. Although he was a regular at the annual Cruisin’ For A Cure ...

By uclahealth • October 1, 2008

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8C6CAcfwius   Living Life After Cancer (U Magazine) For survivors, cancer and its aftermath forever remain a part of their lives. Brad Zebrack ...

By uclahealth • December 13, 2007

For Brad Zebrack, a diagnosis of cancer changed the course of his life. The 25-year-old UCLA graduate who wanted to be a middle school teacher returned ...

By uclahealth • November 1, 2007

Kevin Williams thought cancer was something that happened to other people. At 35, he thought he was too young to get cancer. He felt great, ...

By uclahealth • November 1, 2007

Three shots did for Carol McSeveney what six surgeries, 32 doses of radiation and six infusions of interferon could not – beat back the stage ...

By uclahealth • November 1, 2007

It was the worst case of breast cancer one veteran UCLA oncologist had ever seen. The aggressive, rapidly-growing cancer engulfed Stephanie Grimes’ left breast ...

By uclahealth • October 1, 2007