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For more than half a century, UCLA Health has provided the best in healthcare and the latest in medical technology to the people of Los Angeles and throughout the world. Comprised of Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica, Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA, Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA, and the UCLA Medical Group with its wide-reaching system of primary-care and specialty-care offices throughout the region, UCLA Health is among the most comprehensive and advanced healthcare systems in the world.

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PATIENT GETS BEST BIRTHDAY GIFT EVER – A NEW, LIFE-SAVING LIVER

UCLA Health | July 29, 2016

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This year, patient Steve McDowell received what is arguably the best birthday present ever – a life-saving liver transplant – at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Not only was the operation an amazing birthday gift, it was a landmark procedure – UCLA performed its 6,000th liver transplant, a national milestone accomplishment based on the United Network of Organ Sharing database....

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BLOOD-CANCER RESEARCH, PATIENTS FOCUS OF “LIGHT THE NIGHT” WALK

UCLA Health | October 24, 2016

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With invitations to so many worthy medical causes and events, it becomes a difficult decision to figure out how to devote your time and energy. But a colleague who was diagnosed with a blood cancer gave me a laser focus on an upcoming event....

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SURGICAL REPAIR OF PHRENIC NERVE INJURY IMPROVES BREATHING

UCLA Health | October 24, 2016

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A study led by UCLA researchers found that in people with breathing difficulties caused by phrenic nerve injury surgical reconstruction of the nerve can lead to significant improvement in breathing and an increase in regular physical activities....

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SCIENTISTS FIND NEW GENETIC ROOTS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA

UCLA Health | October 19, 2016

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Using a recently developed technology for analyzing DNA, the scientists found dozens of genes and two major biological pathways that are likely involved in the development of the disorder but had not been uncovered in previous genetic studies of schizophrenia. The work provides important new information about how schizophrenia originates and points the way to more detailed studies — and possibly better treatments in the future....

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PATIENT GETS BEST BIRTHDAY GIFT EVER – A NEW, LIFE-SAVING LIVER

UCLA Health | July 29, 2016

This year, patient Steve McDowell received what is arguably the best birthday present ever – a life-saving liver transplant – at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Not only was the operation an amazing birthday gift, it was a landmark procedure – UCLA performed its 6,000th liver transplant, a national milestone accomplishment based on the United Network of Organ Sharing database....

Read More
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BLOOD-CANCER RESEARCH, PATIENTS FOCUS OF “LIGHT THE NIGHT” WALK

UCLA Health | October 24, 2016

With invitations to so many worthy medical causes and events, it becomes a difficult decision to figure out how to devote your time and energy. But a colleague who was diagnosed with a blood cancer gave me a laser focus on an upcoming event....

Read More
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SURGICAL REPAIR OF PHRENIC NERVE INJURY IMPROVES BREATHING

UCLA Health | October 24, 2016

A study led by UCLA researchers found that in people with breathing difficulties caused by phrenic nerve injury surgical reconstruction of the nerve can lead to significant improvement in breathing and an increase in regular physical activities....

Read More
news image

SCIENTISTS FIND NEW GENETIC ROOTS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA

UCLA Health | October 19, 2016

Using a recently developed technology for analyzing DNA, the scientists found dozens of genes and two major biological pathways that are likely involved in the development of the disorder but had not been uncovered in previous genetic studies of schizophrenia. The work provides important new information about how schizophrenia originates and points the way to more detailed studies — and possibly better treatments in the future....

Read More