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B. 2016-03-17 Rare transplant procedure saves two women's lives Stanford
2016-02-04 Stanford new president: neuroscience pioneer Marc Tessier-Lavigne Stanford
D. 2014-05-01 Stanford Hospital introduces 3D breast screening
E. 2013-07-30 Congresswoman's 'miracle baby' defying the odds Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, Stanford
F. 2011-11-14 Previously conjoined twins set to go home Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, Stanford
G. 2011-11-01 Conjoined twins separated, still in surgery Stanford
H. 2011-07-29 Those with migraines get fresh aid Stanford
I. 2009-01-31 $58 million in stem cell grants delayed Burlingame

Stanford Hospital introduces 3D breast screening Map of Stanford Hospital West Santa Clara County   94304: Stanford Hospital is now offering a technology that could potentially identify breast cancers more accurately, with fewer false alarms   Bay Area professors win Nobel Prize in medicine
Rare transplant procedure saves two women's lives  A part of a rare 'domino donor' operation, in which a heart-lung recipient also donates her heart Stanford new president: neuroscience pioneer Marc Tessier-Lavigne


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Feb.4
  Stanford University on Thursday named a neuroscientist with stellar research and biotech credentials to be its 11th president


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Oct.7
  UC Berkeley: Randy Schekman, 64, is at the University of California, Berkeley. Thomas Sudhof, 57, joined Stanford University in 2008
 2013 Nobel Prize in medicine is for discoveries on how hormones, enzymes and other key substances are transported within cells

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Nov.14
   94304: Angelica and Angelina Sabuco have been recovering at the hospital at Stanford University since their Nov. 1 operation
Nov.1 Conjoined twins separated, still in surgery  The 2-year-old Angelina and Angelica Sabuco who underwent surgery at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital are now two separate little girls Jul.29 Those with migraines get fresh aid  Migraines - the most common type of chronic or recurring headaches - affect more than 10 percent of Americans

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Jan.31 $58 million in stem cell grants delayed  Burlingame: The governing board of the state stem cell agency is delaying $58 million in research grants at least until March because of the poor econom...

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Oct.6 'Safer' test developed for Down's
  University test of DNA evidence in 18 pregnant women's blood correctly identified 9 cases of Down's syndrome Sep.1 Univ. Rejects Pharmaceutical Co. Grants  University's medical school will no longer accept money from pharmaceutical and medical device companies to fund programs in continuing educ... Jan.22 Separated Costa Rican Twins To Go Home  Formerly conjoined 2-year-old girls walked, played and swatted at bubbles during their first public appearance since risky separation surger...

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Dec.25 Genetic Screens Help Black And Hispanic  A new study finds that Hispanic and young black women may benefit from genetic screening in connection with a gene associated with breast ca... Oct.15 Test developed to identify Alzheimer's
  Researchers have developed a potentially pathbreaking blood test that could help to identify patients with Alzheimer's disease Apr.4 Watzlawick, family therapy pioneer, dies  Palo Alto: A pioneering Stanford family therapist and communications theorist was 85

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Dec.17 Univ. Launches E. Coli Into Earth's Orbit
  Scientists believe studying the organismís behavior may help determine the effect outer space conditions have on humans Oct.2 Scientist Shares Nobel Prize In Medicine
  Professor of Pathology and Genetics Andrew Fire won the Prize for discovering a way to silence specific genes
Feb.12 Heart transplant pioneer Shumway dies  Norman E. Shumway performed the first successful human heart transplant in the United States

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Feb.24 Girl Tastes Food For First Time In 8 Years
  Thanks to doctors, a little girl from England is catching up on 8 years with no junk food
Feb.17 Tiny Miracle Baby Survives Heart Surgery  1-week-old Jerrick De Leon is the smallest baby ever to survive a special type of open heart surgery Jan.10 Device allows 3-D pictures of heart  Stanford Hospital announced that it has a new device that allows cardiologists to see more heart patients

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May.20 Little Boy Gets Heart Transplant  3-year-old Drew Wessell from Oakley underwent a risky heart transplant

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Sep.6 Gynecologist admits errors  Stanford gynecologist admitted he made errors in a medical journal article Aug.24 Web access to cancer group Aug.17 Meditation to treat depression




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