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Evan DuCharme/Special to The S.F. ExaminerStudents attend a Hack Reactor session in downtown San Francisco on a recent afternoon. The coding school accepts one student for every 30 applicants.

Serious fire threat on Mount Sutro prompts brush clearing work

A growing fire danger on Mount Sutro has left hundreds of students…

Evan DuCharme/Special to The S.F. ExaminerStudents attend a Hack Reactor session in downtown San Francisco on a recent afternoon. The coding school accepts one student for every 30 applicants.
Evan DuCharme/Special to The S.F. ExaminerStudents attend a Hack Reactor session in downtown San Francisco on a recent afternoon. The coding school accepts one student for every 30 applicants.

Social status can affect health of homeless youths, UCSF study says

Young homeless girls and women are more susceptible to engaging in risky…

Evan DuCharme/Special to The S.F. ExaminerStudents attend a Hack Reactor session in downtown San Francisco on a recent afternoon. The coding school accepts one student for every 30 applicants.
S.F. Examiner File PhotoThe UCSF Medical Center in Mission Bay is looking forward to opening  several buildings in the coming years

UCSF marks 10 years of helping to transform Mission Bay

Ten years ago, when the first building at the UC San Francisco…

S.F. Examiner File PhotoThe UCSF Medical Center in Mission Bay is looking forward to opening  several buildings in the coming years
AP File PhotoShinya Yamanaka was at home doing chores when he received the call saying he'd won a Nobel Prize.

UC San Francisco scientist wins Nobel Prize for work on cell growth

A Japanese researcher and professor who works at UC San Francisco received…

AP File PhotoShinya Yamanaka was at home doing chores when he received the call saying he'd won a Nobel Prize.
Joseph Schell/Special to the s.f. examinerMaking final plans: Hospice by the Bay nurse Linda Laureano

San Francisco doctors striving to steer dying patients out of ER, into hospice

Donald Vargo, 61, has survived three heart attacks and a stroke in…

Joseph Schell/Special to the s.f. examinerMaking final plans: Hospice by the Bay nurse Linda Laureano
Cindy Chew/2007 S.F Examiner file photoUCSF could be facing hefty fines after a worker’s laptop was stolen in September.

Woman accused of bleeding UC San Francisco hospital dry

A heartless former finance manager for the transplant unit at UC San…

Cindy Chew/2007 S.F Examiner file photoUCSF could be facing hefty fines after a worker’s laptop was stolen in September.
Mike Koozmin/The SF ExaminerTreatment: Dr. John Newman of UC San Francisco meets with his patient Arnold Zolotorow; the written tests Newman administers are part of a copyright dispute.

Doctors fear copyright crackdown on medical procedures

Arnold Zolotorow repeated after his doctor: “Apple, table, penny.” The 85-year-old then…

Mike Koozmin/The SF ExaminerTreatment: Dr. John Newman of UC San Francisco meets with his patient Arnold Zolotorow; the written tests Newman administers are part of a copyright dispute.
Hob Nob benefactors reception: From left

Stars come out for UC San Francisco Children's Hospital

The Concert for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital: On Thursday, Alanis Morissette and…

Hob Nob benefactors reception: From left

UC San Francisco's Western bash fights breast cancer

‘Give Breast Cancer the Boot’: The Wild West was the theme of…

UCSF opens new high-tech learning center at its Parnassus campus

The University of California at San Francisco today opened a simulation learning…

SFSU conductor David Xiques on building versatility

What is the theme of the concert? It’s been a yearly event…

CCSF student Eva Eng has a golden ticket

The City College of San Francisco radiology student recently found the first…

Report recommends layoffs to reduce UCSF budget

Some 500 administrative positions at UC San Francisco should be eliminated, according…

UCSF hospitals restrict visits from youths

Beginning today, UC San Francisco Medical Center and Children’s Hospital will not…