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December 02, 2004
Dedication ceremony for $76 million research building adjacent to the UCSF Mission Bay campus.
December 01, 2004
Kevin Grumbach, chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine, has been one of country's leading proponents of a single-payer national health insurance program.
November 29, 2004
Increasing scientific evidence suggests that prolonged psychological stress takes its toll on the body, but the exact mechanisms by which stress influences disease processes have remained elusive.
November 29, 2004
In a study of risk factors that lead to type 1 diabetes, researchers will screen relatives of people with the disease this Saturday, December 4 at the UCSF Diabetes Center, 513 Parnassus Avenue.
November 29, 2004
The Leadership Council of the UCSF AIDS Research Institute will sponsor its third annual concert of remembrance, hope and thanks on World AIDS Day, December 1. Headliners will be the Gay Men's Chorus and Cantor Rosalyn Barak of Temple Emanu-el.
November 24, 2004
The UCSF Family Treatment Fund will sponsor a holiday event on Tuesday, December 14, to raise funds for treating Ugandans infected with HIV.
November 24, 2004
Macy's Union Square invites everyone to join in the 15th annual ceremony to light the holiday tree at San Francisco's Union Square at 6:00 pm on Friday, November 26, the day after Thanksgiving
November 15, 2004
A new measurement tool called the computerized clinical vignette can help clinicians and policymakers assess and improve the quality of physician practice while potentially reducing costs, according to a study led by a researcher at the San Francisco VA Medical Center (SFVAMC).
November 12, 2004
Niners fans will have a chance win a No. 42 jersey signed by Hall of Fame legend Ronnie Lott at the San Francisco 49ers game on Sunday, November 14 at Monster Stadium.
November 09, 2004
Elderly people with the metabolic syndrome -- a constellation of cardiovascular risk factors including excessive fat around the abdomen, high blood pressure, and high blood glucose levels -- are at greater risk for cognitive impairment and decline than those without the syndrome, according to a study led by a University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) researcher.

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