VR Technology Lets Patient, Surgeon Explore Brain Tumor in 3-D
Imagine flying through a virtual copy of your own brain. That's what one Livermore teenager did just before undergoing neurosurgery. Allen Martin reports. (7-6-18)

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Report: SF Has High Rate of 'Food Insecurity'According to a report by the SF Public Health Department, people at high risk of "food insecurity" are families where the income is below twice the poverty level. Roughly 226,000 SF residents fit that category. Joe Vasquez reports. (12-23-2018)
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Kaiser Strike Expands: Picket Lines At 7 Bay Area LocationsKaiser Permanente mental health clinicians expanded their picket lines to 14 locations in California on Wednesday, the third day of their five-day strike for more staffing and services for mental health services. Susie Steimle reports the strike is also disrupting other patient care. (12/12/18)

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