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"" Ignoring name may mean autism ""
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"" Heated nanoprobes may be cancer-fighter ""
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"" Academic medicine's impact ""
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  Stem cell funds for UC Davis  
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  ACS treatment lacking?  
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  Physicals lead to cancer screenings  
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  Understanding schizophrenic hallucinations  
     
  Funding crisis warning  
     
  Among best PICU survival rates  
     
  CT scan rules for children  
     
  Reduced mammogram accuracy  
     
  Arsenic levels high in kelp supplements  
     
  New tool for assessing meningitis  
     
  Meth use linked to cardiomyopathy  
     
  Impact of women's ancestry genes  
     
  Simulation training cuts procedure times  
     
  How a body senses temperature changes  
     
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ACS treatment lacking?

A four-year, multi-institution study of more than 130,000 patients with acute coronary syndromes has shown that many patients do not receive optimal management for these conditions when they come to a hospital. Only about half of the patients received coronary artery stents or had bypass surgery. The other half, which had the highest mortality, received medications only. The researchers, which included UC Davis investigators, noted certain favorable trends, including significant increases in the use of stents and recommended medications.

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