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Standford Scope Blog

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Edited by the school’s staff writers, SCOPE covers medical news with a slightly academic angle, laced with a b [Read More]

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Few California pharmacists prescribe birth control, a study finds
It takes time and money to visit the doctor's office to get birth control. This is particularly an issue for low-income women, those who live in rural areas and teenagers who feel uncomfortable seeing their family doctor. So four states — California,...
Standford Scope Blog
Thursday, December 14, 2017


Breaking down diabetes: Top priorities for patients and their doctors
Thirty million Americans have diabetes, a disease where the body loses its ability to remove enough sugar from the bloodstream, spurring harmful inflammation systemwide. While it's better to prevent diabetes from developing, there are many strategies...
Standford Scope Blog
Thursday, December 14, 2017


Stars of Stanford Medicine: Expanding the reach of emergency medicine
Emergency medicine physician Peter Acker, MD, was drawn to Stanford by a fellowship program in international emergency medicine program. He arrived in 2013, but his interest in science is older, driven by his early efforts to uncover a "tangible trut...
Standford Scope Blog
Thursday, December 14, 2017


Healthy holidays: Strategies to help enjoy celebratory foods
Splashes of color, festive shapes and sprinkles make holiday food some of the most exciting nosh we'll have all year. With all of these appealing culinary creations at our fingertips, it's tempting to want to try them all, but what's the best way to ...
Standford Scope Blog
Wednesday, December 13, 2017


"A very hopeful job"- saving the sickest kids with a new leukemia therapy
As a parent, some stories are more difficult to write than others. My recent Stanford Medicine magazine article about kids with leukemia is an example. Hearing about children with life-threatening illnesses and the doctors who battle to save them is ...
Standford Scope Blog
Wednesday, December 13, 2017


Pass/fail, but should we still stress?
Greetings from the library. I'm writing to you through caffeine jitters, wrapped in a scarf that doubles as a blanket. I've marked my territory with my things: several Apple products, remnants of oatmeal in a mason jar, a sketchbook exhibiting my bes...
Standford Scope Blog
Wednesday, December 13, 2017


Drug blocks Zika and other deadly viruses in cells cultures, Stanford researchers find
A team of Stanford researchers is developing approaches to thwart a family of deadly viruses called flaviviruses, by targeting the human cells that host these invading pathogens. Flaviviruses include the dengue-fever, yellow-fever, West Nile and Zika...
Standford Scope Blog
Tuesday, December 12, 2017


Stanford bioethicists explore use of new spinal muscular atrophy drug
In her role as a Stanford anesthesiologist, Alyssa Burgart, MD, doesn't see patients with spinal muscular atrophy as often as the neurologists who regularly treat them. Until recently, Burgart mostly saw SMA patients when they could no longer breathe...
Standford Scope Blog
Tuesday, December 12, 2017


Stanford Medicine X helps code-a-thon participants shape strategies for opioid crisis
Bill Williams is a teacher and theater director who lost his 24-year-old son to a heroin overdose in 2012. Ashley Elliott is a former addict who journeyed to recovery through two stints in rehab, jail, a halfway house and a 12-step program. Joe Riffe...
Standford Scope Blog
Tuesday, December 12, 2017


In Stanford clinical trial, children successfully desensitized to food allergens
Joshua Geller used to be very worried about food. Geller, now 14, has severe food allergies. Until recently, he couldn't safely eat even the tiniest bit of any food containing cashew, pistachio, milk, eggs or fish. His situation is not uncommon: 30 p...
Standford Scope Blog
Monday, December 11, 2017



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