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FDA approves new melanoma drug that turns on the immune system to fight deadly cancers 09/04/2014
He's harnessing the regenerative power of stem cells 09/03/2014
UCLA projects to improve L.A. by 2050 vie for online votes 09/03/2014
Q&A: Teresa Roth, 'mother' to medical school interns, residents 09/03/2014
UCLA-led study identifies genetic factors involved in pediatric ulcerative colitis 09/03/2014
Survivor of lightning strike reunites with rescuers 08/29/2014
A sermon and a flu shot: Taking preventive health care into community spaces 08/28/2014
Protein in ‘good cholesterol’ may be a key to treating pulmonary hypertension 08/27/2014
Stacy Park wins grant to study role of e-cigarettes in lung cancer 08/27/2014
In sync and in control? 08/26/2014
Providing futile treatment prevents other patients from receiving the critical care they need 08/25/2014
In our digital world, are young people losing the ability to read emotions? 08/21/2014
Vault nanoparticles engineered at UCLA show promise for cancer treatment and possible HIV cure 08/21/2014
Geriatrics Unit Becomes ‘Friendlier’ for Older Adults 08/21/2014
A Band of Doctors Rock for Charity 08/21/2014
Q&A: Federica Raia and life with a new heart 08/20/2014
Water conservation strategy should consider health, cost and community concerns, too 08/20/2014
Study identifies protein that helps prevent active tuberculosis in infected patients 08/20/2014
Mother whose young daughter died from ovarian cancer raises money for UCLA cancer research 08/19/2014
Teaching Award for Residents and Fellows 08/19/2014
New vaccine shows promise as stronger weapon against both tuberculosis and leprosy 08/19/2014
UCLA faculty voice: Thanks to technology, our internal sleep clocks are out of sync 08/18/2014
Pediatrician from Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA Reminds Parents to Immunize Children Before School Starts 08/18/2014
Implantable heart devices result in similar survival benefits among ethnic, racial groups 08/18/2014
Mother who Lost Young Daughter to Ovarian Cancer Raises Money for UCLA Gynecologic Cancer Research 08/18/2014
Doctors, patients at the crossroads make difficult decisions together 08/18/2014
PTSD can develop even without memory of the trauma, psychologists report 08/14/2014
Superhero grime fighters delight young patients 08/13/2014
UCLA honors legacy of former World Boxing Council president 08/13/2014
To eat or not to eat 08/12/2014
Researchers discover gene that slows bone loss and promotes bone formation 08/11/2014
U.S. medical schools urged to increase enrollment of undocumented immigrants 08/06/2014
Picturing pain 08/06/2014
Earlier intervention for most common form of heart attacks linked to improved survival rates 08/04/2014
Poor people with diabetes up to 10 times likelier to lose a limb than wealthier patients 08/04/2014
Sarah Michelle Gellar to host 15th Annual Mattel Party on the Pier benefitting Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA 07/31/2014
UCLA program puts Spanish-speaking international medical grads on pathway to practice 07/31/2014
Diverticulitis patients reveal psychological and physical symptoms long after acute attacks 07/30/2014
Sunset Flood: Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center 07/29/2014
Favorite foods can cause serious choking accidents in kids 07/29/2014
Three of four California children with mental health needs don't get treatment 07/28/2014
UCLA researchers find mechanism that clears excess of a pancreatic protein linked with Type 2 diabetes 07/22/2014
UCLA faculty contribute to international study on the biology behind schizophrenia 07/22/2014
Low-income students in high-performing high schools less likely to engage in risky behaviors 07/21/2014
UCLA-led effort to improve medical computing gets $3M boost from public-private partnership 07/18/2014
Lights, camera, health! 07/18/2014
Scrub in for the Hygiene Games (video) 07/18/2014
Experts urge new discipline combining benefits of neuroscience and psychology treatments 07/17/2014
UCLA-led study finds personalized approach enhances communication skills in children with autism 07/16/2014
Men with prostate cancer and depression have lower survival rates than those who aren't depressed 07/15/2014
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