Statement from Carrie L. Byington, M.D., executive vice president of University of California Health, on rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas regarding the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s prior evidence-based approval of mifepristone.
On Match Day, 743 University of California medical students learned their residency assignments, and 70 percent of those new doctors will serve California patients, including some of the most vulnerable and under-resourced populations in the state.
More than 700 students at UC's six medical schools will open envelopes on Match Day that tell them where they will head next for their residencies, which are a stage of training that can last anywhere from three to seven years.
A new report produced for the California State legislature summarizes evidence from animal studies that exposure to microplastics can adversely affect fertility and cause biological changes that signal an increased risk of cancer—especially digestive cancers.
A new study details how, within 24 hours, University of California academic health centers mobilized pediatric and urgent care facilities and staff to provide comprehensive medical services for children arriving in California at the southern border.
University of California Health has created a video education series to inform and educate health care providers about best practices and the latest research on screening, managing symptoms and making specialty referrals for patients with post-COVID symptoms.
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