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UCSF researchers develop a new drug regimen to combat malaria in children

Study shows that monthly doses of two common anti-malarial drugs for the first few years of life can provide 95 percent protection against the disease.

UCSF pharmacy students vaccinate Dean Guglielmo against the influenza virus

PharmD students organized the annual Vaccinate the Dean event and administered the influenza vaccine to Dean Joseph Guglielmo, PharmD.

Data-driven drug dosing speeds tuberculosis treatment to four months

A large trial of a new drug regimen for tuberculosis, designed in part by School researchers, leads to a new WHO recommendation for treating the disease.

PharmD students assess furnishing of HIV medication at local pharmacies

PharmD students assess pharmacist furnishing of HIV medications under California's SB-159

Answering your questions about the COVID-19 vaccines

Information on the safety of the new COVID-19 vaccines, who should get them, and more.

School trains more pharmacists to deliver critical vaccinations

Faculty members in the School organized a free immunization training for California pharmacists.

School faculty members argue for the responsible use of genetic ancestry in health care

Burchard and Oni-Orisan contribute to two opinion pieces grappling with issues of race and inequity in medicine

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