The Simms/Mann-UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology is a national model for providing integrative patient care for individuals and families touched by cancer.
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UCLA Health Connect – Caregivers find loving support at Simms/Mann – UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology
Caregiving is a compassionate act, in which caregivers not only tend to their loved ones’ physical needs but hold space for their emotional experiences of
“A cancer diagnosis means different things to different people,” Dr. Cleary said. “It is a different experience for everyone. When we sit down with a
UCLA Health Connect – Dr. Jenny Tran exemplifies whole-person, culturally focused care at the heart of Simms/Mann cancer program
I'm often the first therapist they have ever met in any health setting, and I recognize it is different when I ask how they are
For the patients’ close relatives, learning that a genetic predisposition to cancer runs in the family may prompt their own genetic assessment. If they discover
On December 9, 2021, LACNETS asked our chaplain, Michael Eselun, BCC, to give his talk titled “Riding the Cancer Wave—Spiritually Speaking.” About the talk: Riding the Cancer
On October 8, 2021, our Integrative Oncology Specialist, Carolyn Katzin, MS, CNS, MNT spoke to an Osteoporosis Support Group. In “Strong Women, Strong Bones”, Carolyn