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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
From the UCLA Arts and Architecture website: This fall, the School of the Arts and Architecture returns with 10 Questions: If not now, when?, the fourth
“Cultural competency, where health care providers strive to deliver services that meet the linguistic, social, regional and cultural needs of patients, is one of the
The Atlantic writer and Pulitzer Prize nominee, Caitlin Flanagan, was recently interviewed during Morning Joe on MSNBC. They discuss the addictive nature of Twitter and
On September 14, 2021, we hosted a webinar with Cancer Kinship in Spanish called “Foro de Resiliencia: Abordando el bienestar nutricional, físico y emocional