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The UCLA Colorectal Cancer Treatment Program offers state of the art, efficient, integrated, comprehensive clinical services for patients with colon and rectal cancer. Patients diagnosed with early to advanced colorectal cancer can rest assured they are receiving the best and most integrated care available.
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Lower your risk of colorectal cancer

The American Cancer Society recommends that you:

  • Get regular colorectal cancer screenings after age 50.
  • Eat between 25 and 30 grams of fiber each day.
  • Eat a low-fat diet.
  • Drink alcohol in moderation. Quit smoking.
  • Exercise for at least 20 minutes three to four days each week.

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UCLA Colorectal Cancer Treatment Program : Do you have advance cancer?

Do you have advanced cancer ?

UCLA specializes in the care of patients with advanced colon and rectal cancer utilizing state-of-the-art multi-modality approaches to treatment.  Read more »
UCLA Colorectal Cancer Treatment Program : Are you a young colorectal cancer patient?

Are you a young (age <50) colorectal cancer patient?

Our program offers unique services for the young cancer patient, including genetics counseling, support groups through our affiliation with Simms/Mann, and fertility consultations prior to treatment.  Read more »

Meet Our Physicians

Jonathan Sack, MD
Jonathan Sack, MD
Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

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