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December 28, 1999
Reno dentist J.S. McElhinney, III, DDS, graduate of the University of California, San Francisco School of Dentistry, will donate a day's dental practice proceeds to help support UCSF School of Dentistry educational programs.
December 28, 1999
San Jose dentist Eugene Sakai, DDS, graduate of the University of California, San Francisco School of Dentistry, will donate a day's proceeds from his dental practice to help support UCSF School of Dentistry educational programs.
December 23, 1999
A protein recently found to increase blood vessel growth now appears to protect vessels from leaking as well, a potential boon to treatments for chronic inflammatory diseases and for new therapies that grow healthy blood vessels in damaged hearts and limbs.
December 21, 1999
An experimental drug that fights the AIDS virus by attacking the enzymes that enable it to replicate has proved effective in a nationwide clinical study.
December 20, 1999
Researchers including Cambridge University's Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz, PhD, and UC San Francisco's Roger Pedersen, PhD, have made a finding in the mouse embryo that they say provides a fundamental insight into how the body forms in mammals.
December 20, 1999
Every year, the Omega Boys Club honors men or women who exemplify the club's mission – to help individuals stay alive and free, unharmed by violence and out of prison.
December 20, 1999
Researchers are reporting what they say is the most compelling evidence, to date, that the infectious proteins called prions that cause bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), ...
December 17, 1999
The exhibition, "The Public and Private Worlds of Isamu Noguchi: A Selection of Works from The Isamu Noguchi Foundation, New York" is currently on display at the UCSF library.
December 08, 1999
California faces a shortage of registered nurses and needs to increase the supply to keep pace with the rapid growth of the state's population, according to a study by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco and the Public Policy Institute of California.
December 07, 1999
Researchers have discovered a gene in zebrafish so powerful it can be used to redirect the fate of cells in the developing embryo to become beating heart cells, suggesting that a similar gene in humans could be used to generate heart cells in culture for transplant in ailing people.

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