BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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The union members want California’s largest HMO to wake up and confront the mental health crisis surging in our state and across the nation.
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The union members want California’s largest HMO to wake up and confront the mental health crisis surging in our state and across the nation.
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We saw access to abortion as part of a larger fight for women’s liberation, including decent jobs, child care and health care and an end to poverty and racial discrimination.
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We saw access to abortion as part of a larger fight for women’s liberation, including decent jobs, child care and health care and an end to poverty and racial discrimination.
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While my accommodations haven’t made my college experience flawless, I don’t think perfection is necessary to succeed at UC Berkeley.
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While my accommodations haven’t made my college experience flawless, I don’t think perfection is necessary to succeed at UC Berkeley.
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Be honest: How many times in the past year have you pictured yourself telling your grandchildren about what the COVID-19 pandemic was like?
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Be honest: How many times in the past year have you pictured yourself telling your grandchildren about what the COVID-19 pandemic was like?
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No doctors, no nurses, no lab technicians, no janitorial staff … nothing for four entire hours. I was all alone.
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No doctors, no nurses, no lab technicians, no janitorial staff … nothing for four entire hours. I was all alone.
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Bernie did something that no other politician had done before: he listened to my community. He listened and understood the problems that Muslim Americans face, the ones we had given up hope of ever solving, and he told the country that Americans must do better. 
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Bernie did something that no other politician had done before: he listened to my community. He listened and understood the problems that Muslim Americans face, the ones we had given up hope of ever solving, and he told the country that Americans must do better. 
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This disastrous miscarriage of health management is built upon a health care industry that too often caricatures its patients and treats them with a one-size-fits-all mindset.
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This disastrous miscarriage of health management is built upon a health care industry that too often caricatures its patients and treats them with a one-size-fits-all mindset.
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Two weeks ago, my colleagues and I published an article showing that a widely used algorithm in the health system was biased against Black patients. This algorithm and others like it affect decisions for hundreds of millions of patients every year. Fixing the algorithm’s bias would more than double the number of Black patients eligible for a program that can help them with their health needs. 
Two weeks ago, my colleagues and I published an article showing that a widely used algorithm in the health system was biased against Black patients. This algorithm and others like it affect decisions for hundreds of millions of patients every year. Fixing the algorithm’s bias would more than double the number of Black patients eligible for a program that can help them with their health needs. 
When someone doesn’t get vaccinated or chooses not to vaccinate their children, they put themselves and their communities at risk.
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When someone doesn’t get vaccinated or chooses not to vaccinate their children, they put themselves and their communities at risk.
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The changes to SHIP coverage in the fall may be inevitable — so the campus must inform students about possible disruptions in coverage, rather than releasing dismissive press releases. If UC Berkeley truly values the health and wellbeing of every student, it must actively support students through the large and frustrating changes that next year will bring.
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The changes to SHIP coverage in the fall may be inevitable — so the campus must inform students about possible disruptions in coverage, rather than releasing dismissive press releases. If UC Berkeley truly values the health and wellbeing of every student, it must actively support students through the large and frustrating changes that next year will bring.
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