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When Alma first peered into a microscope at age four she was hooked--but never dreamed she’d be able to turn that love of science into a promising future. Learn more about how her determination earned her a full scholarship through our STEM education program.

At #ACR16? Check out the poster on patient-reported outcomes (ID: 1580) 9:00-11:00am.

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Pain can be a healthy way for your body to let you know that something's wrong. But what happens when pain gets out of control? Listen to episode two of our podcast to learn more about different ways scientists are thinking about pain management.

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We've learned a lot about how pain works from a family of firewalkers in Pakistan. In episode two of Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar, Jane talks to Morgan Sheng, Vice President of Neuroscience and Molecular Biology at Genentech, about finding new ways to keep pain in check.

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Join us alongside top scientists, actors, musicians, and people living with cancer for Stand Up To Cancer's live telecast tomorrow at 8/7c to see the incredible strides SU2C has made in cancer research!
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Doing countless experiments on sputum wasn't exactly glamorous work, but it led Genentech scientist Steve Shak, M.D. to develop the first FDA-approved medicine for cystic fibrosis. Thanks to dogged determination, teamwork, and a company culture that encourages innovation, Shak took the medicine from idea to approval in just five years.

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“In some ways, getting diagnosed with lymphoma has made me stronger, braver and more resilient. In other ways, more cautious, risk averse and less patient. I’m a lawyer and a litigator. Surviving lymphoma has given me a different perspective on life and work. I try to focus on the important things.” – Tom is a Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF) Western Regional Leadership Council member and an 11-year chronic lymphocytic leukemia survivor. In his free time he uses his professional skills as a lawyer to advocate for more research and funding for LRF.

For Blood Cancer Awareness Month we’re working with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Lymphoma Research Foundation to share the stories of people living with blood cancers.
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We were named to Computerworld’s Best Places to Work in IT for the 8th year in a row! Working at the intersection of science and technology, our IT team enables increased productivity, integration and collaboration for all of our employees.

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We surveyed 1,001 women and found that 34% are not aware of Cervical Cancer symptoms. Learn more about the results

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We joined the FDA's Office of Women’s health campaign in spreading the word about the importance of diverse women participating in clinical trials.

For Rose, a clinical trial participant, doing the research made her feel ready and at peace with her decision to join a clinical trial.
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