FPP introduced for QOL improvement
of cancer patients at Simms / Mann -
UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology

FPP (Fermented Papaya Preparation) has been recommended by cancer care specialists at Simms / Mann - UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology, which is part of the UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center and UCLA Oncology, for the immune support of cancer patients especially before and after their surgeries.


The Simms/Mann - UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology is a national model in U.S. designed to help patients and family members optimize their wellness and address the challenges throughout the continuum of cancer care. The center offers educational and support service that integrate nutritional, spiritual and complementary approaches to healing, all provided in one location. They aim to provide patients and families with a sense of empowerment and control over their own healing, supporting them with many programs by specialists.

One of their programs is a boutique called "Reflection" at Simms / Mann - UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology. It is staffed by skilled and compassionate consultants, who provide patients with information and assistance helping them to choose necessary things for their healing process. FPP is sold at this boutique with other supplements selected by the integrative oncology specialist.

20181114_UCLA_2.jpgThe Reflection boutique offers so many items; wigs and hats for head coverings, skin care products, post-surgical bras and camisoles, Lymphedema garments, gift items and nutritional supplements etc. for QOL improvement for their patients. About supplements, they say :

◇ It is important to choose products that do not interfere with
  conventional cancer care or other pharmaceutical medications.
◇ I should meet nutritional guidelines.
◇ It should meet manufacturer's standards of quality control.

The boutique sells only high quality supplements they can recommend. Therefore, it can be used safely by patients and families under consultations of the specialists. FPP has been sold at this boutique since 2013 as a supplement for Energy/Anti-fatigue & Immune Support, getting full reliance from Ms. CAROLUN KATZIN, who is one of the integrative oncology specialists.

20181114_UCLA_3.jpgDr. Mantello (ORI director, left) and Mr. Hayashi (ORI president, right) visiting Simms / Mann - UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology on November 9, 2018

20181114_UCLA_4.jpgAt the UCLA Medical Plaza

20181114_UCLA_5.jpgDr. KAUSER AHMED, Simms/Mann - UCLA Center PSYCHOLOGIST (Right)