Tuesday, February 19

Jessica McGuire, the captain of the UCLA women's rowing team, had an operation last year to remove a football-sized tumor from inside her chest. McGuire has maintained her tenacity and sense of humor in the course of her recovery.

	Courtesy of Jessica McGuire

Jessica McGuire, captain of the women's rowing team, maintains high spirits while surviving a tumor

Jessica McGuire grinned and asked, "Want to see it?" She lifted her shirt, showing a foot-long pink scar that snaked around from her back to just below her sports bra. Underneath were marks left behind by two half-inch incisions. Read more...

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Jessica McGuire, the captain of the UCLA women's rowing team, had an operation last year to remove a football-sized tumor from inside her chest. McGuire has maintained her tenacity and sense of humor in the course of her recovery.

Courtesy of Jessica McGuire

Jessica McGuire, the captain of the UCLA women's rowing team, had an operation last year to remove a football-sized tumor from inside her chest. McGuire has maintained her tenacity and sense of humor in the course of her recovery.

	Courtesy of Jessica McGuire


Dr. Erik Dutson and researchers at UCLA's Center for Advanced Surgical and Interventional Technology are working on the “operating room of the future,” a vision that heavily incorporates robots.

Robot surgeons

Standard surgery "“ that of large incisions, permanent scars and teams of gloved and scrubbed doctors who hover over their patients on the operating table "“ may soon give way to something else entirely. Read more...

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Dr. Erik Dutson and researchers at UCLA's Center for Advanced Surgical and Interventional Technology are working on the “operating room of the future,” a vision that heavily incorporates robots.

Dr. Erik Dutson and researchers at UCLA's Center for Advanced Surgical and Interventional Technology are working on the “operating room of the future,” a vision that heavily incorporates robots.


Theater Professor Hanay Geiogamah would like to create programs at UCLA highlighting Native American 
culture. His plans are now on hold because of the financial situation of his department.

UCLA works to keep diversity in its faculty

Theater Professor Hanay Geiogamah is one of eight Native American faculty members working at UCLA. Read more...

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Theater Professor Hanay Geiogamah would like to create programs at UCLA highlighting Native American
culture. His plans are now on hold because of the financial situation of his department.

Theater Professor Hanay Geiogamah would like to create programs at UCLA highlighting Native American 
culture. His plans are now on hold because of the financial situation of his department.




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