MammaPrint Identifies Breast Cancer Patients Who Can Skip ChemotherapyNew guidelines say all women with early-stage breast cancer should take the MammaPrint test, which identifies who can safely skip chemotherapy.
UCSF Psychiatrist Pleads Not Guilty To Child Porn ChargesA University of California at San Francisco psychiatrist who was arrested last week pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of possessing and distributing child pornography.
UCSF Study: Nearly 4 Out Of 5 Physician Moms Experience Discrimination It's common for doctors who are moms to experience discrimination at work, according to a new study.
A Video Game May Help Children With ADDA pioneering study at UCSF is testing to see if playing a video game they designed could help children with ADD and similar disorders.
UCSF Tech Workers Have Last Day On Job After OutsourcingDozens of UCSF IT workers left their job for the last time Tuesday night, walking out of their office with boxes packed after being replaced by cheaper labor overseas.
Gov. Brown To Undergo Cancer Treatment At UCSFGov. Brown's office says he will continue his full work schedule through treatment, which is planned to occur between late February and early March.
UCSF Receiving $500M Donation From Diller Family FoundationThe University of California, San Francisco has received the single largest gift in UC history.
Dozens Of UCSF Tech Jobs Being Outsourced To IndiaIn early 2017, 49 tech positions at UCSF will be outsourced to India. And the San Francisco workers aren't happy.
No Charges Filed Against Former UCSF Surgeon Arrested For Selling DrugsSan Francisco prosecutors have declined to file charges against a former UCSF surgeon who was arrested and jailed on drug charges.
ICU - Intensive Cat Unit - Helping Patients Heal At UCSFAmid the pumps and IV machines, ventilators, and monitors at in the intensive care unit at UCSF Medical Center, a "purrfectly" trained professional is making the rounds: a 7-year-old tuxedo cat.
Bay Area Shut Out Of 2016 Nobel Prizes So FarA number of Nobel Prizes have been awarded this week, and none of the winners are from the Bay Area.
Human Germs, Bacteria Seen As Weapons In War Against CancerBay Area scientists are on the hunt to discover how a person's own germs may be the best medicine in the war against cancer.