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Entries from Scope medical blog, published by the Stanford University School of Medicine. Opinions are those of their respective authors.

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  1. Sep 8

    “We are all works in progress:” A Q&A on self-compassion

  2. Sep 7

    Planting design seeds to fill diagnostic holes at low-income clinics

  3. Sep 7

    A delicate surgery saves a teenager’s eye

  4. Sep 7

    Women of Stanford Neurosurgery: A conversation on gender, race and mentors

  5. Sep 6

    Discussing disparities in care for the most vulnerable infants

  6. Sep 6

    PAWS, Stanford Medicine’s therapy dogs program, turns 20

  7. Sep 6

    A look at health care reform — in China

  8. Sep 6

    Countdown to Medicine X: “Speak up,” urges organizational learning expert

  9. Sep 5

    Pediatricians can help prevent chronic heart disease starts, says Stanford doc

  10. Sep 5

    Stanford scientists find the immune clock of pregnancy to help understand preterm birth

  11. Sep 5

    Seeing is believing (unfortunately): A project designed to study visually induced fear

  12. Sep 1

    At international meeting, SPARK sets sights on global health threats

  13. Sep 1

    Stanford Medicine’s stethoscope ceremony, in pictures

  14. Sep 1

    New online health education initiative could benefit learners worldwide

  15. Aug 31

    The Goldilocks effect: Dying cells signal to replacements to keep organ size “just right”

  16. Aug 31

    New blood cancer treatment gets FDA approval

  17. Aug 31

    Lucy Kalanithi speaks about medicine, empathy, and meaning with Dean Lloyd Minor

  18. Aug 31

    Stars of Stanford Medicine: Amplifying signals to detect cancer early

  19. Aug 30

    Working to reverse blindness in the Himalayas and beyond

  20. Aug 30

    A big welcome for Stanford med students

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