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January 05, 2006
UCSF Chancellor Mike Bishop asks that the campus community read the statement of values and standards of ethical conduct adopted by the UC Regents.
January 05, 2006
Home test goes on sale in the UK. UCSF's Paul Turek says men trying to conceive should find it helpful.
January 04, 2006
Steven G. Kramer, former chair of the Department of Ophthalmology at UCSF, died on Dec. 24, 2005, due to complications of diabetes.
January 02, 2006
New research on living neurons has clarified how the brain refreshes the supply of molecules it needs to make new memories.
January 02, 2006
Researchers have determined that there is a strong relationship between being obese and developing end-stage renal disease, or kidney failure.
December 28, 2005
Avian Flu - Infected Birds to Appear in a Neighborhood Near You?(First Appeared Wednesday, April 26, 2006) When UCSF hosted an avian flu symposium in December, outbreaks of the avian flu virus H5N1 were limited to China and Southeast Asia. The virus had killed dozens of people. Officials from those nations and the World Health Organization were grappling with how to cope and obtain funding.
December 27, 2005
Unprofessional behavior in medical school can be a sign of troubles ahead.
December 21, 2005
Can estrogen protect women in early menopause from heart disease? KEEPS hopes to find out once and for all.
December 20, 2005
Where you live may help determine how asthma affects your life. Even suburbs are linked to some increased breathing problems.
December 19, 2005
US Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, a passionate advocate for strengthening families and safeguarding children, is the invited keynote speaker at a February 13 forum at UCSF.

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