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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 07, 2022

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The University of California has announced that it will pay nearly $375 million to hundreds of women who accused former UCLA gynecologist James Heaps of sexually abusing them.
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The University of California has announced that it will pay nearly $375 million to hundreds of women who accused former UCLA gynecologist James Heaps of sexually abusing them.
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Three of UC Health’s academic health centers received recognition for patient care quality and safety programs.
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Three of UC Health’s academic health centers received recognition for patient care quality and safety programs.
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Documents obtained through a California Public Records Act, or CPRA, request made by The Daily Californian uncovered multiple incidents of unwanted physical advances, requests and comments of a sexual nature by UCLA employees.
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Documents obtained through a California Public Records Act, or CPRA, request made by The Daily Californian uncovered multiple incidents of unwanted physical advances, requests and comments of a sexual nature by UCLA employees.
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The University of California and the California Nurses Association, or CNA, announced Monday their four-year labor contract that will affect nearly 14,599 registered nurses affiliated with the UC system.
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The University of California and the California Nurses Association, or CNA, announced Monday their four-year labor contract that will affect nearly 14,599 registered nurses affiliated with the UC system.
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The plaintiff, Marianne Strader, alleged that the defendants cared for and treated her husband “negligently, carelessly, and recklessly."
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The plaintiff, Marianne Strader, alleged that the defendants cared for and treated her husband “negligently, carelessly, and recklessly."
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The University of California Regents agreed July 21 to settle two lawsuits alleging that a UCLA spine surgeon failed to disclose his conflicts of interest with a medical technology company before using the company’s products in surgeries.
The University of California Regents agreed July 21 to settle two lawsuits alleging that a UCLA spine surgeon failed to disclose his conflicts of interest with a medical technology company before using the company’s products in surgeries.
The discovery that the university is monitoring UC Berkeley network traffic has sparked outrage among faculty members who see such undisclosed surveillance as a significant threat to privacy.
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The discovery that the university is monitoring UC Berkeley network traffic has sparked outrage among faculty members who see such undisclosed surveillance as a significant threat to privacy.
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