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Navigating the Maze of Breast Cancer Guidelines: Efficient Paths to Personalized Screening Video

Navigating the Maze of Breast Cancer Guidelines: Efficient Paths to Personalized Screening

To help PCPs address patients’ breast cancer screening concerns, surgeon Shoko Emily Abe, MD, FACS, breaks down the multitude of screening directives and modalities, with a focus on the needs of those at average risk and those with dense breast tissue.

Louder for the Patients in the Back: Making the Most of New Hearing Aid Options Video

Louder for the Patients in the Back: Making the Most of New Hearing Aid Options

Hearing loss is associated with cognitive decline, so finding solutions that help patients stay socially connected is crucial.

Assessing Cognitive Decline in Primary Care: New Tools and Algorithms for Everyday Practice Video

Assessing Cognitive Decline in Primary Care: New Tools and Algorithms for Everyday Practice

Although timely diagnosis can significantly improve a patient’s future, dementia is underdiagnosed and often detected late.

Vestibular Migraine (and Conditions That Look Like It): Paths to Diagnosis and Care Video

Vestibular Migraine (and Conditions That Look Like It): Paths to Diagnosis and Care

In this guide to efficient diagnosis and effective therapeutics, otolaryngologic surgeon Caroline Schlocker, MD, walks providers through her rule-out process and clarifies criteria for vestibular migraine.

Urinary Misery: How to Help Female Patients With Persistent Dysuria Video

Urinary Misery: How to Help Female Patients With Persistent Dysuria

In this resource-packed talk, urogynecologist Caitlyn E. Painter, DO, explains how to categorize causes, what to understand about urine cultures and other tests, and the latest evidence on which treatments help patients.

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Drug Turns Cancer Gene Into "Eat Me" Flag for Immune System News

Drug Turns Cancer Gene Into "Eat Me" Flag for Immune System

UCSF-led study shows promising pre-clinical results in killing cancer cells resistant to current KRAS-targeted treatments.

“CAR Pooling” Screens Identify Most Effective Cancer Immunotherapy Cells News

“CAR Pooling” Screens Identify Most Effective Cancer Immunotherapy Cells

New approach by UCSF researchers analyzes how well different re-engineered T cells work against cancer.

How AI Found the Words to Kill Cancer Cells News

How AI Found the Words to Kill Cancer Cells

Predictive model allows researchers to encode commands for cells to carry out.

Drug Targeting Tauopathies in Mice Reveals Sex Differences in Response News

Drug Targeting Tauopathies in Mice Reveals Sex Differences in Response

Microglia are cells that are central to both brain health as well as disease progression in many neurological conditions.

UCSF Laser Interstitial Thermal Therapy Document

UCSF Laser Interstitial Thermal Therapy

UCSF Laser Interstitial Thermal Therapy

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