Pediatric and Adolescent Survivorship Clinic at UCLA

Adolescent cancer survivors

Today, nearly 75 percent of all children with cancer have a chance of surviving five years and beyond thanks to remarkable advances in treatments. The dramatic growth in survivorship has created a community that may face unique health and psychological challenges as they age, referred to as the “late effects” of the disease and its treatment.

The most common late effects include:

  • Cardiac and respiratory problems
  • Secondary cancers
  • Other late effects include:
  • Learning disabilities
  • Growth and fertility issues
  • Psychological distress

The Pediatric, Adolescent and Young Adult Survivorship Clinic at UCLA was created to address the medical and quality-of-life issues of pediatric, adolescent and young adult cancer survivors through a comprehensive health evaluation, a psychosocial assessment and targeted specialty referrals. The program also helps survivors with educational, vocational and insurance coverage challenges.

For new referrals, please call 310-825-0867.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact:

La Vette Bowles, MN, FNP-C
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Jacqueline Casillas, MD
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