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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

Jacobson’s story of battling illness while teaching featured in UCSF Magazine

A UCSF Magazine feature traces a School faculty member’s journey as both a patient and teacher.

Pharmacy community lends hand to UCSF COVID-19 vaccine effort

Pharmacy students, technicians, faculty members, and providers all pitched in to the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.

How we know it’s safe to get the vaccine

UCSF experts address the safety of the new COVID-19 vaccines

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