Coronavirus Update: UCSF Doctors, Nurses Travel To Treat Navajo Nation Members With COVID-19A group of physicians and nurses at University of California San Francisco traveled to Arizona and New Mexico to treat members of the Navajo Nation who have contracted the COVID-19 coronavirus.
UCSF Offers Free COVID-19 Tests To CA Counties; Cal Launches Asymptomatic StudyResearchers at Northern California universities are not wasting any time in the race for more COVID-19 testing and research to find a cure.
84-Year-Old Marin County Woman Battles Back From Bout With COVID-19By now, it’s understood that some of the most vulnerable to the coronavirus are seniors, especially those with serious underlying medical conditions. KPIX met with 84-year-old Doris Bloch, who told her amazing survival story.
Coronavirus Pandemic: UCSF Testing High-Tech Gene Technology To Detect COVID-19 InfectionsUniversity Of California-San Francisco researchers have begun using CRISPR gene-targeting technology to test for the presence of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Medical Personnel Join NYC Coronavirus Battle; Curry Delivers Surprise MessageA group of 20 UC San Francisco health care workers -- 12 physicians and eight nurses -- boarded a flight to New York Saturday to join the battle against the coronavirus in that city and were treated to a special shoutout from Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry.
UC San Francisco Seeks Citizen Scientists To Learn More About COVID-19UCSF scientists are hoping that a newly reconfigured research app goes viral and generates data that can be used to fight against the coronavirus.
Scientists Focus On Antibody Tests That Could Be Key In Getting People Back To WorkScientists in the Bay Area and around the country are focusing on antibody tests that could determine who has recovered from the coronavirus without ever knowing it. The results could be key in getting people back to work. 
Moraga Boy Fighting Leukemia Challenged By COVID-19 Reducing Blood SupplyMany people trying to donate blood recently have been turned away due to social distancing restrictions placed on blood banks during the coronavirus pandemic.
San Francisco Doctor: "I Am An ER Physician And I Have COVID-19"UCSF Emergency Room Doctor Rosny Daniel has been on the front lines in the Bay Area's battle against the coronavirus. Now, he's become a patient.
Coronavirus Update: Two UC San Francisco Medical Health Workers Test Positive For Coronavirus Two University of California-San Francisco health care workers have tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease, hospital officials announced late Saturday.
UCSF Study: Juul Delivers More Nicotine To Blood Than Cigarettes, Other E-CigsA new study finds the company's products delivers significantly more nicotine to the blood per puff than other e-cigarettes and traditional cigarettes.
Missing Mendocino County Teen Found At Ferry Building; 22-Year-Old ArrestedPolice with the University of California San Francisco say a 22-year-old man who had been with a 13-year-old Mendocino County girl found Sunday afternoon after being missing for two days has been arrested and taken into custody.
Study: E-Cigarettes Increase Risk Of Lung Disease; Vaping Combined With Smoking Triples RiskA new study on the health effects of e-cigarettes shows vaping significantly increases the risk of developing chronic lung diseases, according to University of California, San Francisco researchers.
UCSF Researchers Focus On 'Aging Into Homelessness' In Bay AreaAt a time when most of his peers are collecting their pensions, Earl Pratt is collecting cans. At 57 years old, he's homeless for the first time in his life.
UCSF Researchers Find 'Circumstantial Evidence' Linking Virus To Mysterious Polio-Like Illness UCSF scientists have found the strongest evidence yet that a virus is to blame for a mysterious illness that can start like the sniffles but quickly paralyze children.