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Dubbed a "woman's infection," nearly 40 percent of human papillomavirus (HPV) related cancers actually occur in men. Find out the best time to vaccinate in this Q&A with adolescent medicine specialist Maya Kumar, MD.

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Parkinson's Disease: Free Focus on Health Event

Join our experts on Saturday, March 11, to learn about current resources, support and therapies for Parkinson's disease and related movement disorders. Register here.

UC San Diego Researchers Study 80 Rare Cancers

UC San Diego Health Helps Lead Study of 80 Rare Cancers

An innovative, nationwide clinical trial will test whether immunotherapy is effective for these rare tumors.

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