It is common for cancer patients to seek out herbs and other dietary supplements to make an effort in improving their health or to cope with their symptoms. But many oncologists do not feel comfortable having discussions about these products.
The holiday season is typically viewed as a time to celebrate with friends and family by giving and receiving gifts, taking part in religious traditions, or just coming together to enjoy a meal prepared by generous hands. But having cancer
For most of us the holiday season is a time of great pleasure; however this can be marred if we fall sick with a cold, flu or have some digestive troubles. Here are some tips to help stay well while
The Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology depends on the donations of generous individuals to sustain our organizational operations which allow us to provide the important services and resources at no fee to our patients. Through individually tailored supportive care,
Join us this holiday season as we partner up with the following eatery locations to help raise money for the Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology. The Center provides important services and resources at no fee to patients including individually
This month we celebrate Movember, an annual event involving the growing of moustaches throughout November to raise awareness for men’s health issues and to promote a healthy lifestyle. The Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology also encourages men to adopt
Although people know that staying away from tobacco is the most important thing to do to avoid getting lung cancer, it isn’t a guarantee. Even if you’ve never smoked there’s a risk of getting lung cancer. Every year, about 16,000
Creative Life Changes through Artistic Expression The Healing Through Art workshop at Simms/Mann -- UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology offers cancer patients and cancer survivors a safe space for artistic expression and enhancing psychological insights while addressing topics related to health