About the Program
UCLA’s GI Cancer Supportive Service Program was designed by a multi-disciplinary team, including Oncology, Palliative Care, Nutrition Oncology, and Psychosocial Support, with the intention of enhancing the care of patients living with GI-related cancers (see eligibility criteria below). This program aims to help patients and loved ones connect with available services, strengthen their knowledge of the medical system, and support collaboration across disciplines. As part of this program, our team offers an orientation as well as a support group.
To participate in this program, patients need to have one of the following diagnoses:
|Metastatic Disease||Locally Advanced Disease|
GI Cancer Pilot Program: Orientation
This program consists of a free online orientation to learn more about the GI Cancer Program and the different services available to you that are intended to enhance your overall care. This program includes access to Palliative Care, Nutrition Oncology, and Psychosocial Support
Jenny Tran, PhD, Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow, Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology
Monthly, First Wednesday