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Aggressive efforts to end transmission of HIV are paying off in San Francisco, where public health officials are reporting record-low new cases, and the city... [Read More]
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Aggressive efforts to end transmission of HIV are paying off in San Francisco, where public health officials are reporting record-low new cases, and the city... [Read More]
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Rachel Norton felt so outraged by the sexual assault case of former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner that she publicly revealed her own rape as... [Read More]
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Federal authorities unveiled plans Thursday to clamp down on misuse of a government-run database of clinical trials that for-profit clinics — many of them selling... [Read More]
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A Palo Alto professor who is expected to testify next week about her accusation of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is widely... [Read More]
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UCSF has won a $20 million federal grant to fund research into the health effects of new tobacco products such as electronic cigarettes, the use... [Read More]
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The Catholic Diocese of San Jose will release names of priests accused of abusing minors and investigate its own response to such allegations, church officials... [Read More]
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The president of a Vallejo children's charity who arranged to meet a 14-year-old girl for sexual contact in San Francisco was met instead by police,... [Read More]
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A toddler died Tuesday after being left for hours in a car in Moraga while outside temperatures hit at least 80 degrees, police said. Lily... [Read More]
A toddler died Tuesday after being left for hours in a vehicle in Moraga while outside temperatures hit at least 80 degrees, police said. Moraga... [Read More]
Brian Egg was eccentric and kind, and the kind of generous spirit who gave cashmere coats and planted palm trees to his neighbors. Tuesday night,... [Read More]
It was an extraordinary political proposal: Approve a $3 billion bond measure to fund the cutting-edge science of stem cell therapy, and soon some of... [Read More]
Orange-hazed skies and afternoons that reek of campfire smoke are becoming as emblematic of summer in the Bay Area as fog-banked Augusts — only with... [Read More]
Amid the controlled chaos of the operating room, Edward Wirth stood to the side, watching the surgeon slice open the back of the young man... [Read More]
The titanic fire tornado that killed a firefighter and ravaged Redding on July 26 as the Carr Fire hit its peak has presented fire crew... [Read More]
The BART Civic Center station was evacuated Friday night due to a fire on the platform level, according to the San Francisco Fire Department. ... [Read More]
A woman's body was found in a stairwell at San Francisco General Hospital's power plant building Wednesday afternoon, officials said. ... [Read More]
Mass shootings are a routine occurrence for the trauma team at San Francisco General Hospital. One week it's a deadly shootout in the Mission District,... [Read More]
"This is a terrible day in the United States, when once again we have a multiple casualty situation." [Read More]
The International AIDS Conference will return to San Francisco in 2020, 30 years after the event — the world's largest HIV/AIDS meeting — was last... [Read More]
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