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Hospital Initiatives

Details: For more information about how you can support UCLA Health’s Hospital Initiatives and the President’s Fund for Greatest Needs in Patient Care, please contact: Ellen Haddigan-Durgun Senior Executive Director, Hospital Initiatives UCLA Health Sciences Development (310) 321-8366 or [email protected]

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Managing Symptoms and Side Effects

Details: Pain. Pain can be caused by the tumor, the cancer treatment or from causes not related to the cancer. Untreated pain can make other aspects of cancer seem worse, such as fatigue, weakness, nausea, constipation, sleep disturbance, depression, anxiety and mental confusion. Your doctor can help you find an effective pain-relief strategy.

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Fixed vial sizes for controversial Alzheimer's drug could …

Details: The researchers used data from the 2016 Health and Retirement Study for participants aged 65 years and older who are covered by Medicare Part B insurance and had Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) or mild dementia. For this analysis, the researchers assumed a 10 mg/kg monthly dosage of the drug. Based on the study cohort’s weight distribution

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Pediatric Ophthalmology UCLA Health

Details: Pediatric Ophthalmology | UCLA Health - Los Angeles, CA Home Medical Services Ophthalmology Pediatric Ophthalmology Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus Our research-driven team offers comprehensive care for eye problems in children. We treat misaligned eyes in both children and adults.

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Exposed to monkeypox

Details: The smallpox vaccine can help By uclahealth • June 23, 2022 English Español The vaccine for an old scourge also protects against a newer threat Monkeypox, a rare disease caused by a virus, is grabbing headlines lately. The first case in humans was identified in 1970. Since then, monkeypox has been found mainly in central and western Africa.

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Osteoarthritis UCLA Health Library, Los Angeles, CA

Details: Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It is a chronic degenerative joint disease that affects mostly middle-aged and older adults. Osteoarthritis causes the breakdown of joint cartilage. It can occur in any joint, but it most often affects the hands, knees, hips, or spine.

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Monkeypox a less severe cousin to smallpox UCLA Health Connect

Details: A few days after the onset of fever, a distinctive rash begins to appear on the hands, face, feet or mouth. The rash starts out as flat, red markings on the skin and gradually evolves into raised, fluid-filled lesions. Monkeypox lasts from two to four weeks. The disease is transmitted person-to-person and through close contact.

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Arthritis UCLA Health Library, Los Angeles, CA

Details: Arthritis and other rheumatic diseases are common conditions that cause pain, swelling, and limited movement. They affect joints and connective tissues around the body. Millions of people in the U.S. have some form of arthritis.

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Your monkeypox questions answered UCLA Health Connect

Details: The onset of monkeypox symptoms is typically five to 21 days after exposure. Symptoms often begin with fever, swelling of the lymph nodes, body aches and fatigue. Ultimately, symptoms include a rash of bumps and blisters, which may begin on the face or hands and spread to other parts of the body. With this outbreak many of the lesions have been

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BREAST HEALTH INTAKE FORM

Details: ☐ dry mouth ☐ vaginal dryness ☐ bone pain ☐ taste changes neurologic: ☐ joint pain ☐ hoarseness ☐ numbness/tingling ☐ muscle weakness ☐ pain with swallowing ☐ dizziness ☐ …

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Buerger Disease UCLA Health Library, Los Angeles, CA

Details: Buerger disease is one of many types of vasculitis. This is inflammation of small and medium size blood vessels. Buerger disease causes a tightening, or a blockage, of the blood vessels in your feet and hands. When blood doesn’t flow well to your hands and feet, especially during activity, you may have pain and tissue damage.

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