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Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011

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New regimen helps cut kidney-transplant meds

Investigators at the School of Medicine have developed a novel protocol that allows kidney-transplant recipients to jettison their immune-suppressing drugs. The protocol could also spell substantial savings to the health care system.

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Mountain lions caught on camera at Jasper Ridge

Researchers at Jasper Ridge often encounter signs of mountain lion activity, but few have actually caught a glimpse of the shy feline. Now, images captured by remote cameras confirm that mountain lions make regular visits to the preserve.

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University ombudsperson talks about resolving conflict

David Rasch has served as the university ombudsperson since 2004. He recently spoke with BeWell@Stanford about the Ombuds Office, a confidential and neutral resource available for faculty, staff and students who encounter conflicts.

Campus Announcements

  • Stanford Breakfast Briefings: David Aaker, vice chairman of Prophet and professor emeritus of marketing strategy at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, will give a talk, "The Brand Race: How to Rise Above the Competition," at the next Stanford Breakfast Briefing on Oct. 12 in the Faculty Club. The session begins with breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Visit the Breakfast Briefings website for more information.
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Diet for a Small Planet author Frances Moore Lappé to speak at Food Summit 2, Oct. 11 . . .

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