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UC San Diego Sanford Stem Cell Institute Launches Stem Cells Into Space

November 22, 2022

The UC San Diego Sanford Stem Cell Institute leads its first space launch, sending stem cells into space aboard the International Space Station. The NASA-partnered study will take advantage of the microgravity environment of space to study accelerated aging in stem cells.

Novel Leukemia Treatment Puts Patient in Remission and Allows Him to Live Fully

February 7, 2023

A novel drug combination for leukemia, pioneered at UC San Diego Health, provides patients with a better treatment option that results in less side effects and can put patients in remission.

San Diego Supercomputer Center’s ‘Comet’ Aids in Sickle Cell Research Discovery

December 10, 2020

Researchers recently created detailed simulations on the Comet system at the San Diego Supercomputer Center showing how these stiff red blood cells flow through blood vessels, deforming and colliding along the way.

Latest ‘Inside Innovation’ Examines Stem Cells’ Role in Causing (and Fighting) Cancer

January 12, 2017

The next presentation in UC San Diego’s “Inside Innovation” series features Dr. Catriona Jamieson speaking on “Detection and Therapeutic Targeting of Cancer Stem Cell Evolution.” The free and public presentation will be held 4-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 17, in Roth Auditorium at the Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine, 2880…

First in Nation: UC San Diego Health Offers Treatment for Hereditary Amyloidosis

August 18, 2022

New medication now available at UC San Diego Health allows for less frequent visits for patients, helping improve quality of life.

New Blood: Lab-Grown Stem Cells Bode Well for Transplants, Aging Research

August 12, 2021

UC San Diego researchers develop a method to grow hematopoietic stem cells in culture, with clinical implications for bone marrow transplants and aging research.

Cancer-associated Mutations are Common in Patients with Unexplained Low Blood Counts

November 3, 2015

Patients with unexplained low blood counts and abnormally mutated cells who do not fit the diagnostic criteria for recognized blood cancers should be described as having clonal cytopenias of undetermined significance, suggest UC San Diego School of Medicine researchers in a recent paper. The researchers found the condition surprisingly common…

Splicing Deregulation Detected and Targeted in Type of Childhood Leukemia

March 7, 2023

UC San Diego researchers delve deep into the unknown cause of pediatric acute myeloid leukemia to identify a gene splicing dysregulation and potential target for treating the disease, which often becomes treatment-resistant.

UC San Diego Health Recognized for Health Equity in Care of Sickle Cell Crisis

December 12, 2022

UC San Diego Health has been awarded the prestigious 2022 California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems Quality Leaders Award in the category of health equity.

We’ve Got You, Baby! UC San Diego Health Delivers Top OB/GYN Care to Community

October 31, 2023

UC San Diego Health provides the highest standards of care by multi-disciplinary teams from expectant parents to patients going through menopause.

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