BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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Now that I am older, I can more easily understand how helpless they must have felt in not being able to find a definitive cure. They offered their emotional support throughout my medical journey and gave me the ability to try a variety of treatment options.
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Now that I am older, I can more easily understand how helpless they must have felt in not being able to find a definitive cure. They offered their emotional support throughout my medical journey and gave me the ability to try a variety of treatment options.
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Life is really funny: I watched “Girl, Interrupted” for the first time just a few weeks before I landed myself in a psychiatric ward a month and a half ago.
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Life is really funny: I watched “Girl, Interrupted” for the first time just a few weeks before I landed myself in a psychiatric ward a month and a half ago.
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It’s important for us dedicated viewers to pause and think about why we’re still watching the show more than 10 years after it first aired.
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It’s important for us dedicated viewers to pause and think about why we’re still watching the show more than 10 years after it first aired.
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Many UC Berkeley students struggle with mental illness, but in our obsession with maintaining a facade of perfection, we often neglect our mental health.
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Many UC Berkeley students struggle with mental illness, but in our obsession with maintaining a facade of perfection, we often neglect our mental health.
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A 26-year-old Berkeley man died of a severe head injury Saturday afternoon after walking into Alta Bates Summit Medical Center only hours earlier.
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A 26-year-old Berkeley man died of a severe head injury Saturday afternoon after walking into Alta Bates Summit Medical Center only hours earlier.
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Alta Bates Summit Medical Center radiation oncology department, which housed the first TomoTherapy machine in the East Bay, the “preferred” radiation treatment for complex tumors, is set to close July 14.
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Alta Bates Summit Medical Center radiation oncology department, which housed the first TomoTherapy machine in the East Bay, the “preferred” radiation treatment for complex tumors, is set to close July 14.
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