UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
member announcement for 3/10/2014
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In the Media
- 3/6: E-Cigarettes: Gateway to Nicotine Addiction for U.S. Teens, Says UCSF Study
- 3/5: Key Pancreatic Cancer Defect Is Identified by UCSF Researchers
- 3/7: Early dasatinib response predicted long-term survival in imatinib-resistant chronic phase chronic myeloid leukemia
- 3/7: Cooler heads: Researchers test product that could reduce hair loss from chemotherapy
- 3/6: Prostate surgery comes out slightly ahead of 'watchful waiting' in new study
- 3/10: Video profile of @UCSF breast cancer "Innovator" and #EUIC2014 Winner Dr. Laura van 't Veer
- 3/5: RT @theNCI: For health professionals, "Genetics of Breast and Ovarian Cancer" has been updated
- 3/4: "Even something one-tenth as bad is still quite toxic" @ProfGlantzs on proposed e-cig ban ow.ly/ueWfG @SFGate @UCSF
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