Internal Medicine & Subspecialties

Internal Medicine & Subspecialties

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Internal Medicine & Subspecialties News

  • Faculty and staff honored

    Nancy Morioka-Douglas is named physician of the year, the new professionalism award is presented in honor of Kelley Skeff, and Erika Schillinger takes home the quality and safety award.

  • Awards for promoting diversity

    An event at Stanford Hospital honors a school of medicine faculty member, a fellow and a student for their efforts to diversify the medical field and promote health equity.

  • Living with handgun owner raises homicide risk

    Residents who don’t own a handgun but live with someone who does are significantly more likely to die by homicide compared with those in gun-free homes, research shows.

  • Diabetes drug linked to birth defects

    In men, the use of metformin may affect sperm development in a way that increases birth defects in their sons, a study found.

  • Possible treatment for mucus-induced lung diseases

    Stanford Medicine investigators and their collaborators have designed a compound that’s uniquely capable of blocking excessive mucus secretion — a hallmark of several serious respiratory disorders.


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