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Jay Bhattacharya explains the health reform bill

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Jay Bhattacharya, an associate professor of medicine and a health economist with the university's Center for Health Policy, spoke with the Stanford News Service about the nuts and bolts of the biggest change in America's provision of health care since Medicare was established in 1965.

Persistence pays off for Stanford Fiction Contest winner

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It took about seven tries, but Ann Newton Holmes has won the 13th annual Stanford Fiction Contest. A finalist several times and an honorable mention winner in 2005, Holmes, '62, is the author of "The Man Who Dropped Clocks," which is featured in the latest issue of Stanford magazine.

Survey measures satisfaction with administrative services

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Faculty and staff think highly of the advice they get from Human Resources, but aren't crazy about many purchasing and research administration processes. Those are among the findings of a survey conducted under the auspices of Randy Livingston, vice president for business affairs.

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