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Apple Watch’s new feature is designed to detect signs of , but will it do more good or harm? UCSF cardiologist Gregory Marcus weighs in while testing the Watch against a professional lab EKG in this story by .
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Dr. Andre Campbell 20h
Great doing rounds with the outstanding Trauma Team at , , . Amazing State of the art Trauma Care!
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TalmadgeKing 15h
Committed to and , the new aims to train the next generation of health and healthcare change agents, prepared to work in diverse settings to achieve our goals of a healthier and more equitable world. Read more at
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We are proud to partner with the to provide training opportunities for emerging leaders in medicine and nursing.
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UCSF oncologist Pamela Munster () shares her journey from doctor/caregiver to patient and survivor. Story via
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UC San Francisco Jan 15
Thank YOU Sammy for all that you do!
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Michael Anderson MD MBA FAAP Jan 15
We're finally zeroing in on the cells causing non-convulsive seizures in kids with , which opens doors for new treatments. Great partnership by and researchers.
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Sarah Paris Jan 14
On my must-attend list: opening remarks by , fireside chat with , & cancer with , data sharing with and deciphering graph networks with Oh, but there's much more to learn
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UC San Francisco Jan 15
contributes to nearly half of all deaths, but there are almost no treatments available. New UCSF research may offer new hope.
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UC San Francisco Jan 15
Researchers analyzed 2M CT scans across 151 institutions around the world. The results show that the amount of radiation patients are exposed to varies widely between hospitals and countries.
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UC San Francisco Jan 14
UCSF scientists devise a new strategy for fighting : target the cancer's addiction to protein.
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Michael Anderson MD MBA FAAP Jan 14
VR helps our neurosurgeons plan procedures, but it also helps our young patients and their families understand their condition and treatment plan. Really proud of the innovative work our teams are doing at .
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UC San Francisco Jan 14
What's the harm in taking supplements? Simply put, “we really don’t know," says Donald Abrams, UCSF cancer and integrative medicine specialist. There haven't been enough studies to prove its safety and effectiveness.
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UC San Francisco Jan 14
UCSF researcher (and former dentist) Cristin Kearns dug through thousands of pages of documents to expose the sugar industry's efforts to influence journalists, scientists, and regulators and delay research into sugar’s potentially harmful health effects.
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UC San Francisco Jan 14
Researchers curbed in mice using a modified version of gene editing. Called CRISPRa, the technique allowed them to tweak genes to increase their activity without making any permanent edits to the genome.
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UC San Francisco Jan 12
Why do women live longer than men? UCSF scientists have zeroed in on a possible genetic mechanism for this highly durable phenomenon.
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TalmadgeKing Jan 11
Thanks to all the faculty and staff who took part in this year’s leadership retreat. It was a pleasure to hear your thoughts on how we can carry fundamental discovery forward at in an impactful & collaborative way.
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Precision Medicine World Conference Jan 10
. of will discuss a new assay that can predict rejection risk specific for each donor/recipient pair, even before transplantation at Silicon Valley January 23rd. Join her:
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UC San Francisco Jan 11
Pick up a loaf of bread, a jar of tomato sauce, or a container of yogurt. There's a good chance that – like 74% of food on grocery store shelves – it contains added sugar.
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Atul Butte Jan 11
Professional Respect Integrity Diversity Excellence PRIDE… it's in our DNA!
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