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  1. Studying mitosis' structure to understand the inside of cancer cellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | EurekAlert!

    Cell division is an intricately choreographed ballet of proteins and molecules that divide the cell. During mitosis, microtubule-organizing centers assemble the spindle fibers that separate the copying chromosomes of DNA.

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  2. Transgender women can breastfeed, first case study showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | Jamaica Observer

    The first scientific case study has been published describing how a US transgender woman was able to breastfeed her adopted infant by taking hormones that induce lactation. The report in the journal Transgender Health describes a 30-year-old transgender woman who was born male and had been taking feminising hormone therapy for six years.

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  3. What's the Best Way to Get Sleep When You Have the Flu?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | Wall Street Journal

    Catching Z's is no easy thing when you're fighting chills, headaches and coughs. One expert offers tips on how to help your body recover from illness Being sick with the flu, or even just a cold, impairs one of the body's most reliable aids in recovery: sleep.

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  4. The Green Movement Is Lily White. Thata s a Problem.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | Mother Jones

    It's been 20 years since Esteban GonzA lez Burchard took a trip to Chicago that changed his life. The asthma researcher had been to the Windy City before, so tourism wasn't on his agenda. 1 comment

  5. From Molecules to Markets: Broadening the Focus of Cardiovascular Innovation [Editorial]Read the original story

    Friday Feb 16 | Circulation

    From the Division of Cardiology, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, CA ; and Department of Medicine , Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics , Center for Vulnerable Populations , and Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies , University of California San Francisco. From the Division of Cardiology, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, CA ; and Department of Medicine , Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics , Center for Vulnerable Populations , and Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies , University of California San Francisco.

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  6. Plasma MicroRNA Clusters in Human Left Ventricular Remodeling: A...Read the original story

    Friday Feb 9 | Circulation

    From the Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine; and Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease, San Francisco, CA. From the Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine; and Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease, San Francisco, CA.

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  7. Wearables could catch heart problems that elude doctorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Internet Retailer

    ... room," Sigona remembers. Finally diagnosed with AFib, she even eventually found relief under the care of UC San Francisco cardiologist Dr. Jeffrey Olgin . But many people living with heart problems never receive the medical care they need. Office ...

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  8. AdhereTech's Smart System Improves Medication ComplianceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Medgadget

    ... as Chief Scientific Officer for a college startup, and most recently spent summer as a lab researcher at UC San Francisco. She's excited by the intersection of medicine + technology because of its ability to completely transform the industry and ...

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  9. Jason Walsh: Sonoma Valley Hospital affiliation coming to lightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Sonoma Index Tribune

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  10. Breaking through the HIV vaccine 'logjam': UC Santa Cruz lab...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Inside Bay Area

    ... - Santa Cruz Sentinel) SANTA CRUZ - When biomolecular engineer Phil Berman began his postgraduate work at UC San Francisco in the 1980s, he had no idea he would spend the rest of his career searching for a way to stop a deadly virus that was then ...

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  11. Breaking through the HIV vaccine - logjam': UCSC lab reports...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | The Campbell Reporter

    When biomolecular engineer Phil Berman began his postgraduate work at UC San Francisco in the 1980s, he had no idea he would spend the rest of his career searching for a way to stop a deadly virus that was then almost entirely known. But around him, as if from nowhere, hundreds of people began to die.

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  12. This is what cycling does to your penisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Metro UK News

    Cyclists will be happy to hear they don't have to worry about erectile dysfunction but there may still be other problems, according to a new study. But research from the University of California-San Francisco showed cyclists were no more likely to have sexual and urinary problems than runners or swimmers.

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  13. Transgender women breastfeeds, first case study showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | The Times of Israel

    The first scientific case study has been published describing how a US transgender woman was able to breastfeed her adopted infant by taking hormones that induce lactation. The report, by Tamar Reisman and Zil Goldstein of New York's Mount Sinai Hospital, in the journal Transgender Health describes a 30-year-old transgender woman who was born male and had been taking feminizing hormone therapy for six years.

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  14. Transgender women can breast-feed, first case study showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | The Japan Times

    The first scientific case study has been published describing how a U.S. transgender woman was able to breast-feed her adopted infant by taking hormones that induce lactation. The report in the journal Transgender Health describes a 30-year-old transgender woman who was born male and had been taking feminizing hormone therapy for six years.

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  15. Breaking through the HIV vaccine a logjama : UC Santa Cruz lab reports...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... -- Santa Cruz Sentinel) SANTA CRUZ >> When biomolecular engineer Phil Berman began his postgraduate work at UC San Francisco in the 1980s, he had no idea he would spend the rest of his career searching for a way to stop a deadly virus that was then ...

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  16. Officials warn Goshen nursing home ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Times Herald-Record

    GOSHEN – Nursing home residents caked in excrement for hours, waiting 30 minutes or more for aides to respond to call bells, getting meals an hour late, receiving the wrong food, and wandering off unattended for extended periods.

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  17. CRISPR scissors, Cas12a, enable cutting-edge diagnosticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Daily Mail

    CRISPR technology could help scientists immediately diagnose and treat patients with time-sensitive, deadly illnesses, a new study has found. Scientists from the University of California have discovered that a 'side effect' of the DNA-editing tactic could improve the way doctors diagnose their patients.

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  18. "Health attacks" on U.S. diplomats in Cuba still a mystery says new reportRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 15 | Fox News

    A new report published in JAMA says a clear diagnosis of what happened to trigger the diplomats mysterious health problems in Havana is still missing. Doctors are releasing the first detailed medical reports about the hearing, vision, balance and brain symptoms suffered in what the State Department has called "health attacks" on U.S. diplomats in Cuba.

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  19. How doctors helped a transgender woman breast-feed her babyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | National Post

    A month into her treatment plan, she was producing 'droplets' of milk and, three months in, she was producing about 8 ounces of milk per day Following months of hormone therapy last year, doctors say a transgender woman might be the first in academic literature to breast-feed. She explained that her partner was pregnant but was not planning to breast-feed when the child was born, so she wanted to take it on herself.

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  20. Linda Sealy receives 2018 AAAS Mentor Award for Lifetime AchievementRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | EurekAlert!

    Linda Sealy, director of the Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity at Vanderbilt University, has been selected to receive the 2018 Lifetime Mentor Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science . The distinction honors her work in recruiting and mentoring underrepresented minority students.

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