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January 21st, 2022

USC in the News

January 21, 2022 Keck School of Medicine ABC7 | Improving healthy habits of potential organ donors | The Living Donor Wellness Program featured The Atlantic | People sharing rapid COVID-19 tests.  | Susan Butler-Wu interviewed The New York Times | ‘The New York Times Presents: Move Fast and Vape Things’ | Jon-Patrick Allem also of […]

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January 20th, 2022

USC in the News

January 20, 2022 Keck School of Medicine Epoch Times | Natural Immunity Superior to Vaccination Against Delta Virus Variant: Study | Jeffrey Klausner interviewed USC Daily Beast | USC Fraternities Allowed to Party Again if They Hire Security for Bedrooms to Prevent Rape | School featured  KTLA-TV | USC frat parties allowed to return in […]

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January 19th, 2022

USC in the News

January 19, 2022 Keck School of Medicine NPR | A guide to COVID tests: When to test, what kind to use and what your results mean | Susan Butler-Wu featured Spectrum News 1  | Keck USC pilot program to help organ donors improve their health | Keck School highlighted USC Dornsife College The Dallas Morning […]

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January 18th, 2022

USC in the News

January 18, 2022 Keck School of Medicine Business Insider | More patients are getting COVID-19 during hospital stays. Experts worry it’s because infected healthcare workers are sick on the job | Susan Butler-Wu quoted MarketPlace | People of color have been less likely than their white counterparts to get a COVID-19 vaccine — but that […]

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January 14th, 2022

USC in the News

January 14, 2022 USC School of Pharmacy The Sacramento Bee | Can cannabis prevent COVID? Maybe – but not by smoking it, experts say. What to know | Kari Franson interviewed San Francisco Chronicle | Here’s one critical thing to check before you buy or use a rapid home COVID test | Richard Dang interviewed […]

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January 13th, 2022

USC in the News

January 13, 2022 Keck School of Medicine Pasadena Star-News | Pasadena cancels Black History Parade, implements new health order amid omicron concerns | Keck School mentioned The Daily Beast | This Might Be the Scariest Far-Right Mask Trend Yet | Jeffrey Klausner quoted LAC + USC Scientific American | Some COVID Patients Need Amputations to […]

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January 12th, 2022

USC in the News

January 12, 2022 Keck School of Medicine Business Insider | Medicare proposes limiting coverage of controversial Alzheimer’s drug to people involved in clinical trials | Lon Schneider quoted  U.S. News & World Report via HealthDay | ‘Secondhand Vaping’ May Be Unhealthy — Could Public Bans Be Coming? | Talat Islam research highlighted KFI-AM and Telemundo52 […]

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January 11th, 2022

USC in the News

January 11, 2022 Keck School of Medicine Cosmos | A crowning achievement in understanding head development] | Gage Crump research highlighted Los Angeles Times | ‘Don’t panic.’ How parents with kids too young to vaccinate can navigate Omicron | Neha Nanda quoted LAC + USC Los Angeles Daily News | COVID-positive nurses fear returning to […]

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January 10th, 2022

USC in the News

January 10, 2022 Keck School of Medicine Los Angeles Times | Contemplating a COVID party for your kids? It’s still a bad idea | Paula Cannon quoted LAC + USC Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Times California |  The difference between last winter’s and this winter’s surge in coronavirus cases | Brad Spellberg quoted […]

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January 7th, 2022

USC in the News

January 7, 2022 Chabad Jewish Center at USC Inside Higher Ed | The Allure of Chabad on Campus | Rabbi Dov Wagner interviewed Keck School of Medicine NPR and Popular Science | Why at-home antigen tests might be missing early cases of Omicron | Susan Butler-Wu quoted The Atlantic  | CDC’s isolation guidance | Susan […]

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