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Did California’s $3 billion stem cell bet pay off?

San Francisco Chronicle | 
It was an extraordinary political proposal: Approve a $3 billion bond measure to fund the cutting-edge science of stem cell ...

Teamwork and genetics uncover extremely rare diseases and patients who share them

SFGate | 
In February 2013, Stanford geneticist Gregory Enns called the Wilsey family with news: He was "99 percent sure" that doctors ...

Whole genome testing for people who aren’t part of a scientific study

San Francisco Chronicle | 
Stanford scientists are planning to comb through the complete genetic makeup of 100 people with unexplained hereditary conditions or "mystery" ...

With anti-viral genes, T cells ward off HIV

San Francisco Chronicle | 
The following is an excerpt. In his lab at the Gladstone Institutes, Leor Weinberger has developed a technique for harnessing stray bits of HIV - ...
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