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"" Diagnostic test research funded ""
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"" Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis approved ""
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  Pregnancy and colorectal cancer  
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  HIV cell-to-cell spread explained  
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  Stem cell training grant  
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  Colon cancer screenings missed  
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  Breast cancer protein found  
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  Stem cells may treat deafness  
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  Detecting Alzheimer's disease early  
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  NCI funding for biomarker study  
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  Residency program grant  
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  PCBs' impact on brain  
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  Soft-tissue sarcoma survival  
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  Medical education partnership  
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UC Davis on national information project

 
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Personality predicts trial adherence

 
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Study examines autism increase

 
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Potential treatment for adults with fragile X syndrome

 
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Smoking linked to most male cancer deaths

 
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Stem cell training grant

A three-year, $1.3 million "Bridges to Stem Cell Research" grant from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine will enable Sacramento State University graduate students to work in UC Davis stem cell laboratories. The grant is part of the institute's effort to strengthen the ranks of laboratory personnel who have experience using the most current stem cell research techniques. The program will consist of internships and related opportunities for cellular and molecular biology students from Sacramento State.

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