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Surprising disparity in care of chronically ill kids found

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Chronically ill children with private insurance are less likely to be admitted to a California hospital offering specialized care than those with public insurance, a study by Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and the Medical School found. Paul Wise, professor of pediatrics, is the study's senior author.

Legal scholars at the forefront of data-based research

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Today, legal empirical researchers are not only using statistical analysis to organize information, they are conducting experiments and generating their own data. Empirical legal studies has become an intellectual movement with far-reaching implications.

Prime minister of Tibet and Uyghur activist visit campus

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During a visit to campus last week, Samdhong Rinpoche, the prime minister of the exiled government of Tibet, left, and Rebiya Kadeer, a leading activist on behalf of the 9 million Uyghur people in western China, spoke about ethnic tensions, civil disobedience and non-violence.

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  • 2010-11 Clayman Institute Fellows named: A diverse cohort of faculty, postdoctoral and graduate dissertation fellows will engage on topics ranging from human trafficking to neuroplasticity next year. Visit the Clayman Institute's website for details.
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Remembering former men's swim coach TOM HAYNIE . . .

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