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Abortion Access: A Conversation
09/17/2019
Extreme abortion restrictions are becoming commonplace across the nation. How are we as a nation responding to these changes? National and UCSF leaders discuss the current state of reproductive health and justice in the context of abortion access. This panel discusses the impacts of the movement to repeal the ACA, the potential overturn of Roe … Continue reading "Abortion Access: A Conversation"
From Sea to Pharmacy
09/12/2019
The vastness of the ocean is only surpassed by the biodiversity within it; from familiar and unfamiliar mega-fauna, to every microbe and virus inhabiting every corner of the seas – from the deep freeze of the Antarctic to the scorching plumes of volcanic seafloor vents. Paul Jensen describes how he and other researchers are tapping … Continue reading "From Sea to Pharmacy"
The Great Immigration Debate
09/10/2019
Is immigration an overall benefit, or burden to society? That’s was the central question posed at the 2019 Arthur N. Rupe debate at UC Santa Barbara. Rubén Rumbaut, Distinguished Professor of Sociology at UC Irvine, takes the position that immigration is not only good, but necessary for the success of the United States. Taking the … Continue reading "The Great Immigration Debate"
Genetic Counselors – An Important Resource
09/04/2019
Genetic counselors do more than interpret lab results. They can guide you through pre-pregnancy planning, help facilitate discussions about family history, and so much more. With so much genetic information available to expectant parents, it is important to have a resource who can not only collect data but help you understand the results. Dr. Julia … Continue reading "Genetic Counselors – An Important Resource"
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