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Maternal-fetal experts smooth the way for the most challenging pregnancies

high risk pregnancy 350
October 04, 2017
Jamila Jackson thought she would never have children. Because of her medical history, Jackson’s obstetrician-gynecologist realized she would...

Chao family: silent partners in Orange County healthcare

UC Irvine donors Allen Chao and siblings
June 26, 2017
Their name may be on UC Irvine buildings, but members of the Chao family prefer working behind the scenes to improve the health of the community....

Surfer says so long to seizures

Corey Phillips is looking forward to surfing again after treatment to curb his epilepsy seizures.
February 23, 2017
From riding the waves to driving a car, UC Irvine Health epilepsy patients are enjoying the benefits of new treatments to curb their seizures.

Clinical trials point the way forward

Susan O'Brien
November 03, 2016
Doctors at UC Irvine Health are investigating an exciting new medication that uses a patient’s own immune system to attack leukemia...

Emergency medicine: The right care at the right time

Dr. Erik D. Barton
October 27, 2016
As young medical student, Dr. Erik D. Barton was intrigued by emergency room rotations and the challenge of determining patients’ diagnoses...

Help for heartburn

Help for heartburn
October 24, 2016
About five years ago Kathy Halsey, a school administrator, decided she had to do something about the nagging chronic heartburn and reflux that had...

A fight against blindness

A fight against blindness
October 20, 2016
When Elaine Cain and her husband Al moved to Orange County from Michigan five years ago, their goal was to be close to family. They had no idea the...

Taking the lead with ovarian cancer

UC Irvine Health ovarian cancer patient Meg Newton with her horses
October 20, 2016
Horsewoman Meg Newton is riding again after treatment for late-stage ovarian cancer by UC Irvine Health gynecologic oncologist Dr. Leslie Randall.

UC Irvine Health has lasting impact on pancreatic cancer patient

UC Irvine Health pancreatic patient and donor Beth Koehler is pictured with her parents.
October 13, 2016
Pancreatic cancer patient Beth Koehler leaves a lasting legacy to UC Irvine, creating endowments to honor her parents.

Avoid the flu this winter

Avoid flu this winter
October 06, 2016
This year kids will need to roll up their sleeves. Flu shots significantly reduce the risk of getting the flu and also lessen the severity of the...