Teitell: How immunotherapy became the fourth pillar of cancer care at UCLA

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As one of the cancer hospitals serving Los Angeles County, the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Center has to face the challenge of providing the most sophisticated—and most expensive—care to a largely underserved population.

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Paul Goldberg
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