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The institution's principal publication for alumni, friends and physicians.
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Current Issue: SPRING 2004
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Features
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PHOTO - Advanced Imaging Techniques Give Medical Researchers a Whole New Outlook


 

ADVANCED IMAGING TECHNIQUES GIVE MEDICAL RESEARCHERS A WHOLE NEW OUTLOOK

A look over the shoulders of three UC Davis scientists who use advanced imaging technologies offers a tantalizing glimpse into the future of medicine.

 

PHOTO - Developing a Picture of a New Disease


 

DEVELOPING A PICTURE OF A NEW DISEASE

There's no substitute for clinical acumen in medicine. Without it, UC Davis researchers Randi and Paul Hagerman would not have discovered a previously unrecognized disease.

 

PHOTO - Breathing Easier


 

BREATHING EASIER

Government bans on smoking are good news to Jesse Joad, a pediatric pulmonologist with UC Davis Children's Hospital, who studies secondhand smoke exposure on developing children.


PHOTO - College Life For Med Students


 

COLLEGE LIFE FOR MED STUDENTS

UC Davis School of Medicine reorganizes into four distinct "colleges" to better support its students.

PHOTO - Hospice Care For Children

 

 

HOSPICE CARE FOR CHILDREN

There is likely no greater tragedy in life than losing a child to terminal illness. But a new pediatric hospice program at UC Davis is now available to help families through the experience.

 

PHOTO - Can an Ad Campaign Help in Wa Against Cancer?

 

 

CAN AN AD CAMPAIGN HELP IN WAR AGAINST CANCER?

A novel TV, radio and newspaper ad campaign in the greater Sacramento area seeks to increase participation in cancer clinical trials.


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  Photograph — About the Cover — From the time physicians could only imagine what the brain and other parts of the human body looked from the inside  
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  From the time physicians could only imagine what the brain and other parts of the human body looked from the inside to the advent of microscopes and X-ray machines, medical knowledge through imaging has grown in quantum leaps. Every advance leaves researchers thirsting for more. At UC Davis School of Medicine, the development of new imaging technology is an important priority that promises the next generation of UC Davis scientists the tools needed to make discoveries only dreamed of now. Read More...  
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  Diggin' It  
  Partnering with Habitat for Humanity, several dozen medical students from UC Davis School of Medicine recently dug holes, pounded nails, poured concrete and pushed wheelbarrows as part of their public service participation in one of the four new colleges the school has formed. Read More...  
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