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Since Typhoon Haiyan, the world has scrambled to bring aid to victims in its devastating aftermath.

As a referral hospital, UCSF offers care to many patients from distant cities.

In the wake of the devastating typhoon in the Philippines, UC San Francisco Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann, MD, MPH, sent out the following message to the campus community last Wednesday:

Dear Colleagues:

Planning is under way to create a new student government that would merge the two student governments and unify the student body under one identifiable banner.

Pharmacist Patrick Finley

The most common image of a pharmacist is the person who supplies you with your medications at your local pharmacy.

The Bay Area Science Festival capped its third annual run with a huge turnout for Discovery Day at AT&T Park.

Over a decade ago, a new health care model was conceived to transform the approach to patient care from “one-size-fits-all” to “personalized.” 

After spending years studying and preparing to become a nurse practitioner (NP), you’ve finally reached your goal.  You’ve taken your boards and passed and you are officially a practitioner.  What do you do now? 

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Last summer, the United States’ Supreme Court decided that patents held by Myriad Genetics over the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes — variants of which predispose certain individuals to breast cancer — were not valid, closing at least one chapter on years o

Do you want to gain teaching experience, inspire young students in science and contribute to the community by working with K-12 students? Science and Health Education Partnership (SEP) may be your answer.