Nearly One-fourth of All Adolescents Reported Violent Altercations in the Past Year
New Study Holds Hope for Avoiding Serious Side Effects of Cancer Treatment
LOS ANGELES – While targeted cancer treatments have reduced side effects and improved efficacy, chemotherapy remains the backbone of combination therapies for many forms of cancer. Unfortunately, cancer patients may suffer from several side effects from chemotherapy, including infertility and a weakened defense system that makes them susceptible to life-threatening infections.
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA BioMed) announced today that they will open a Pulmonary and Cardiac Rehabilitation Program for patients in the South Bay of Los Angeles in the first quarter of 2016. The program will be located in the National Institutes of Health-funded Chronic Disease Clinical Research Center on the LA BioMed campus. Funding for this new program comes from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (operated by Los Angeles County) and the Pulmonary Education and Research Foundation (PERF).