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‘Drugs’ from gut bugs
Stanford researchers found that manipulating the gut microbe Clostridium sporogenes changed levels of molecules in the bloodstreams of mice and, in turn, affected their health.
Possible new cell therapy for leukemia
Instead of targeting a molecule called CD19 on the surface of the cancer cells, the new therapy targets a molecule called CD22.
Magazine focuses on kids
The magazine’s fall issue highlights the ways specialists are using the latest technology and treatments to put children and their families at the center of care. It also includes an inside peek at the new Packard Children’s Hospital.
Stafford on high blood pressure
Under the new guidelines, tens of millions more Americans now meet the criteria for having high blood pressure.
At town hall, it’s all about the money
The event was an opportunity for employees to learn more about the financial state of the School of Medicine, as well as to ask questions about it.
Stanford Health Care’s future plans
In a meeting that featured online, interactive participation from SHC employees, leaders discussed how Stanford’s hospitals and medical school strengthen each other.
Previously uncharacterized bacteria found in dolphins
Researchers have discovered poorly understood bacterial lineages in the mouths of dolphins.
Distinguishing features of high-value care
Two novel Stanford studies have uncovered attributes of high-quality, low-cost care for cancer and primary care patients.
Chest X-ray algorithm
Stanford researchers have developed a deep-learning algorithm that evaluates chest X-rays for signs of disease.
Cancer research funds awarded
Maximilian Diehn, Sanjiv “Sam” Gambhir, Ash Alizadeh and Young-Jun Jeon will work on “dream teams” aiming to improve detection of cancer.