Today, there are more than 14 million Americans alive with 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.
The UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center facilitates many services and resources to support cancer survivors and their loved ones.
High-quality post-treatment care, survivorship quality-of-life education and leading-edge research is provided via UCLA-LIVESTRONG and the Simms/Mann Center at UCLA.
The Pediatric and Adolescent Survivorship Clinic at UCLA was created to address the medical and quality-of-life issues of childhood cancer survivors.
The Simms/Mann Center is dedicated to helping teen and young adult cancer survivors access survivorship information and resources available in the Los Angeles community.
Share in the stories, experiences and success of cancer patients who are battling the disease, just like you.
We provide the Cancer Rehabilitation Evaluation System (CARES) for professionals interested in understanding, documenting and assessing the needs of patients with cancer. UCLA-LIVESTRONG also provides referrals for cancer survivors in need of generalists, specialists and navigators.