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"… na at Chapel Hill, Jonathan Buonocore at Harvard University, Julia Heck at UCLA and Stuart Batterman at the University of Michigan. Some news organizatio …"

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"… sis and director of the Center for Civil Rights Remedies, an initiative of UCLA’s Civil Rights Project.   High suspensions of disabled students ar …"

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"… ted water in Speth’s toilet was capable of causing cancer. Froines, the UCLA scientist who resigned from the blue-ribbon panel, said it’s time for pu …"

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"… he Pentagon-funded work targeted by Coburn for downright foolishness was a UCLA anthropologist’s examination of whether men holding pistols are consider …"

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"… ringe while conducting an experiment in the Molecular Sciences Building at UCLA. The syringe contains a solution that combusts upon contact with air. The …"

"… tes as she runs and screams. It’s December 29, 2008, mid-afternoon. The UCLA campus is mostly quiet for the holidays, but chemistry professor Patrick H …"

"… ony in connection with the death of a worker. Poor lab safety practices at UCLA will be brought to light, and researchers around the world will take notic …"

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"… of the Center’s Hard Labor project. …"

"… gnment may take place — or, a plea agreement may be announced.Harran and UCLA Chancellor Gene Block have called Sangji’s death a tragic accident, not …"

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"… in use in the United States.But John Froines, a professor of toxicology at UCLA who chairs the Scientific Review Panel on Toxic Air Contaminants for the C …"

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"… cer is real," the authors wrote.John Froines, a professor of toxicology at UCLA and Hricko's husband, said that more than 90 percent of the particles emit …"

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"… for a liver transplant for a 17-year-old girl, even though her doctors at UCLA believed it would save her life and her family’s policy covered transpla …"

"… e the power to make what amount to life and death decisions.The doctors at UCLA hadn’t clued Grigor and Hilda Sarkisyan in on the role that CIGNA would …"

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"… hting people who are doing a good job,” said Linda Delp, director of the UCLA-Labor Occupational Safety and Health Program. “But government resources …"

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"… row transplant, but it weakened her liver to the point that her doctors at UCLA Medical Center said she would need a liver transplant.Her doctors were opt …"

"… ical director continued to refuse to authorize payment for the transplant. UCLA told the Sarkisyans that if they could make a $70,000 down payment right a …"

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"… ished in September by the California Center for Public Health Advocacy and UCLA. It found that 41 percent of the state’s children between the ages of tw …"

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"… ished in September by the California Center for Public Health Advocacy and UCLA. It found that 41 percent of the state’s children between the ages of tw …"

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"… s, but what have they actually done?” said Matthew Kahn, an economist at UCLA who specializes in energy and the environment. “A lot of money has been …"

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"… tside experts remain concerned. Jerome Hoffman, a professor of medicine at UCLA, noted that not all of the reported AERS deaths occurred after the recall. …"

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"… indly flew to Los Angeles to speak at a public forum with me and others at UCLA to discuss the state of democracy and the price of power in America’s br …"