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Empty wheelchair outside plowed farm fieldFarm Work and Flowcharts
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test tubes in iceStudent Capstone Research Cited in CDC Revised Guidelines
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When Maryam Zafer’s capstone project for her master’s degree in Global Health Sciences didn’t work out in the spring of 2014, she jumped at the first project she was offered: a systematic review of the research on semen washing, a strate

X-ray of lungsExperts Gather in Bay Area to Accelerate Global Fight to End TB
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Scientists, researchers, health economists, funders, government officials and other experts in Tuberculosis prevention, treatment and elimination will gather in the Bay Area July 11 through 13.

Pal Shah, UCSF Global Health Sciences master's studentTraveling Beyond Stereotypes
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UCSF GHS master's student Rhea MathewRisky Business
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In Memoriam: Tom Hall, UCSF Epidemiologist and Global Health Pioneer
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Carolyn Smith Hughes, UCSF Global Health Sciences master's student10,000 Miles Away, But Close to Home
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Claire Kidiiga, RN, BSN, master's student at UCSF Global Health SciencesReflecting on CUGH 2017
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UCSF, Berkeley Researchers Named Technical Anchors for Maternal Child Health Project
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Researchers at UCSF Global Health Sciences and the UC Berkeley School of Public Health have been awarded a $1.5 million grant as partners on a US Agency for International Development (USAID) project to advance maternal newborn and child

The First Binational Health Forum Held as Part of the UC-Mexico Initiative
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Distinguished academic and health leaders from Mexico and California will meet on March 29 in Mexico City to discuss health issues relevant to Mexico and the United States, with special attention to California, at the first Binational He

World TB Day: Living in a TB-free World
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Premature baby gets temperature takenUCSF Investigators Create Blood Test to Predict Preterm Birth
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UCSF researchers have developed a blood test that can predict a mother’s risk of spontaneous preterm birth (before 37 weeks of gestation), offering hope of delaying early delivery for millions of women and babies.

E8 Plans to Eliminate Malaria by 2020
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Richard N. Kamwi, ambassador, Elimination 8; Madame Monica Geingos, First Lady of the Republic of Namibia; Sir Richard Feachem, professor and director, Global Health Group, UCSF Global Health SciencesWorld Experts Focus on HIV Prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa at Wilton Park Meeting
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Namibian First Lady Monica Geingos, Dr.

Rachel Nugent, vice president for global non-communicable diseases at RTI International.Non-communicable Disease Could Cost Global Economy $47 Trillion by 2030
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Non-communicable diseases such as heart and respiratory disease, cancer, obesity and diabetes are now responsible for some two-thirds of premature deaths around the world. And most of those are in low- and middle-income countries.

Leading with Our Hearts and Minds
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As the UN Special Envoy on Tuberculosis and the former U.S.

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