We help support cancer survivors and their loved ones by providing services and resources to help those living beyond cancer.
We Help You Navigate Life After Cancer
Today, there are more than 14 million living Americans who have a history of cancer. After living with, through and beyond cancer, a person’s priorities regarding relationships, career or lifestyle may change. Cancer also deeply affects not only patients but their families, friends and caregivers. We help facilitate many services and resources that address and support the unique needs of cancer survivors after treatment ends, and their loved ones.
Simms/Mann-UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology
The Simms/Mann-UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology is a national model for providing integrative patient care for individuals and families touched by cancer, including survivorship. The majority of their programs are offered to individuals free of charge.
Pediatric, Adolescent and Young Adult Survivorship Clinic
The Pediatric, Adolescent and Young Adult Survivorship Clinic at UCLA was created to address the medical and quality-of-life issues of AYA survivors through a comprehensive health evaluation, a psychosocial assessment and targeted specialty referrals.
UCLA Gynecologic Oncology Survivorship Program
UCLA’s Division of Gynecologic Oncology Program is dedicated to reviewing a patient’s diagnosis and cancer history as well as addressing any physical and emotional side effects that come after treatment.
UCLA Head and Neck Cancer Survivorship Program
The UCLA Head and Neck Cancer Survivorship Program provides a comprehensive follow-up and management program and offers support through educational and community-oriented pathways so patients may live a whole, meaningful life as a survivor.