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April 10, 2021

Stanford Cancer Center's Patient Education Symposium will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2021! We hope to be able to host the event in person but if not then we look forward to delivering the same valuable content and great talks via Zoom.

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Caregiver
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Do you have a Stanford Care Provider who you would like to acknowledge for excellence in care? Do you have a family member or friend who you would like to acknowledge for their great caregiving?

This year, during the Stanford Cancer Center's Patient Education Symposium on Saturday, April 10, 2021,  we will be awarding caregiver awards to Stanford staff as well as home caregivers.  Please nominate worthy candidates when you register and our review committee will select award recipients based on your nominations.

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A. Cheng & A. Ricci in Stanford News

Scientists have discovered a simple method of reformulating gentamicin, a commonly used and highly effective antibiotic, that could reduce the risk it poses of causing deafness.

Alan Cheng and Anthony Ricci are senior authors of a study describing how a component of an antibiotic mixture showed effective antimicrobrial properties but  may pose a smaller risk of hearing loss than the mixture.

(Photo taken before the COVID-19 pandemic.)
by Norbert von der Groeben

 

 

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