UCLA Breast Cancer Services


Patients who come to UCLA for cancer care benefit from the most advanced forms of therapy available and a variety of support services. Our multidisciplinary approach helps patients and family members contend with both the immediate and long-term effects of this disease.

At UCLA, comprehensive care for breast cancer is provided through Division of Hematology/Oncology. Patients receive the most advanced forms of therapy available and have access to a variety of supportive services. UCLA has been recognized for its exemplary interdisciplinary programs in cancer research, patient care, professional education and community outreach in cancer preventions.

Teams of specialists work together to help breast cancer patients and their families. Our multidisciplinary approach offers support with both immediate and long-term effects of this disease.

Revlon/UCLA Breast Center

Established in 1992, the mission of the Revlon/UCLA Breast Center is to bring the most comprehensive and compassionate care to our patients and to develop future medicine to end the suffering of women with breast cancer. Through its vision and dedication, the Center leads the field of total breast care, and is committed to serving patients from all corners of the world.

The Revlon/UCLA Breast Center offers four clinical programs to serve women:

  • Diagnostic Clinic
  • Multidisciplinary Program
  • Followup Program
  • High-Risk Program

Each clinical program is designed to meet the needs of women with different problems, and includes a team of experts whose goal is to provide the most comprehensive and compassionate care possible. The Center also offers a weekly surgical education class to empower women.

Community Services

In addition to the Division of Hematology/Oncology and the Revlon/UCLA Breast Center, UCLA has opened several community practices to allow easier access to comprehensive cancer care services and investigative clinical trials.

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are carefully controlled research studies in which cancer patients help doctors and scientists find ways to improve health and cancer care, and to make sure the treatments are safe and effective. Each study is designed to address and answer specific scientific questions and to find better ways to prevent, diagnose or treat cancer. A clinical trial is one of the final stages resulting from the research conducted during intensive and lengthy laboratory studies.

If you are interested in finding out more about these studies, visit our Enroll in a Clinical Trial section for general information and a listing of currently open clinical trials.

Additional Resources

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