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Stanford offers new online course in stem cell therapeutics
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Stanford offers new online course in stem cell therapeutics

Michele Calos, Professor of Genetics in the School of Medicine at Stanford University, gives you a preview of what you will learn in the new online course, Stem Cell Therapeutics (XGEN204). Facebook Twitter Advance your understanding of ... BioMedReports, 2 weeks ago
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Stanford researchers identify iron-containing microglia in the brains of people with Alzheimer's disease

Examining post-mortem tissue from the brains of people with Alzheimer's disease, Stanford University School of Medicine investigators identified what appear to be iron-containing microglia -- specialized scavenger cells that sometimes become ...
 News-Medical.Net1 week ago Stanford scientists see iron-containing inflammatory cells in Alzheimer's brains  EurekAlert!1 week ago Depressive ruminations and the idling brain  EurekAlert!3 days ago Study finds iron-containing microglia in brain tissue of people with Alzheimer's disease  Sott.net1 week ago
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A group of doctors repeatedly testified on behalf of the tobacco industry, saying smoking wasn't the cause with dying patients

A study conducted by a Stanford University School of Medicine researcher found that a small group of otolaryngologists have repeatedly testified on behalf of the tobacco industry in cases where dying patients were suing for damages. Despite well ...
 MedCity News1 week ago Physicians testified against dying HNC patients  DrBicuspid.com2 weeks ago Physicians testified for tobacco companies against plaintiffs with cancer, Stanford study finds  EurekAlert!2 weeks ago PHILIP MORRIS : Doctors testified against dying cancer patients for tobacco companies  4 Traders1 week ago
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DNA Damage Seen In Patients Undergoing CT Scanning, Stanford University School of Medicine Reveals

Along with the burgeoning use of advanced medical imaging tests over the past decade have come rising public health concerns about possible links between low-dose radiation and cancer. Using new laboratory technology, scientists have shown that ...
 BioSpace4 days ago CT Scans Risk: Radiation Can Damage DNA Cells, Study Says  Latinos Health1 week ago underestimated risk: DNA damage in patients undergoing CT scanning  Sott.net1 week ago Cardiac CT Can Cause Cellular Damage  Diagnostic Imaging3 days ago
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Juvenile Detention Centers Actually Suck For Kids With Mental Health Issues, Study Finds

A new study from Stanford University School of Medicine looked into the mental health of kids and teens who had been incarcerated in juvenile
 NigerianHerald.com1 week ago Study: Juvenile Detention Not a Great Place to Deal With Mental Health Issues  Mother Jones1 week ago Incarcerated youth more likely to have mental health hospitalizationsJuly 22, 2015  Examiner.com1 week ago Incarcerated youth more likely to be hospitalized for mental health issues  Examiner.com1 week ago
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Conquering Pediatric Resuscitation: Combined APLS/PALS Pediatric Emergency Medicine Course

A Continuing Medical Education Conference presented by the Division of Emergency Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine The Stanford University School of Medicine is pleased to offer the first-ever combined Advanced Pediatric Life ...
 Events At Stanford3 weeks ago 9 new medical education programs in 2015  Becker’s Hospital Review2 weeks ago Education is the solution  Masress.com1 week ago
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Chance of surviving cancer is written in our GENES

Doctors from Stanford University School of Medicine, found the expression of one gene, called FOXM1, was associated with a poor prognosis across a range of cancers.
 Palestine Telegraph1 week ago Stanford team links gene expression, immune system with cancer survival rates  EurekAlert!1 week ago Team links gene expression, immune system with cancer survival rates  Health Canal1 week ago
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NPR

Siren Song Of Tech Lures New Doctors Away From Medicine

Amanda Angelotti (left) and Connie Chen, both graduates of University of California, San Francisco's medical school, opted for careers in digital health. Josh Cassidy/KQED hide caption i toggle caption Josh Cassidy/KQED Even as a young ...
 NPR2 weeks ago New San Fran Doctors Going Into Digital Medicine—NOT Personal Medicine  California Political Review1 week ago
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Antioxidants help treat skin-picking disorder in mice, Stanford researcher says

14/07/15/05/03 Eureka Alerts 1 Global ( Stanford University Medical Center ) Two antioxidant supplements are effective in treating skin-picking disorder in mice, according to a study led by a Stanford University School of
 Infrosoft2 weeks ago Antioxidants Help Treat Skin Picking in Mice  Bioscience Technology Online2 weeks ago Two antioxidant supplements effective in treating mice with skin-picking disorder  NewsOnFeeds.com2 weeks ago
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Robarts Research Institute awards the J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine to renowned cancer imaging researcher from Stanford University

Sanjiv S. Gambhir, MD, PhD, internationally-renowned cancer imaging reer from Stanford University, is the recipient of the 2015 J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine. The Taylor Prize is awarded annually by Western University's Robarts Re ...
 Noodls3 weeks ago
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