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With 15,000 bicycles on campus, police worry about safety

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Last week campus public safety officers were handing out traffic tickets as well as coupons for discounted bike helmets to bicyclists. The effort was intended to reinforce the message that it's against the law for bikers to roll through a stop sign and that helmets save lives. Watch the video.

Understanding the differences in women's, men's health

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Tracking sex differences in human disease — from shortly after fertilization through old age — is providing insights into health issues specific to women, as well as men. In the latest offering from the Clayman Institute's Gender News, Medical School Professor Marcia Stefanick discusses her research in understanding these differences.

New radiation therapy promises shorter treatment times

Earlier this month the Stanford Cancer Center became the first treatment center on the West Coast and one of a select few globally to offer cancer patients the TrueBeam, a machine that represents an exponential leap forward in the speed, power and precision of radiation therapy.

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