Tuesday, January 22

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(Courtesy of Zhen Gu/UCLA)

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(Daily Bruin file photo)

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In the Know: The “gravely disabled”

Transcript Keshav Tadimeti: From the Daily Bruin, I’m Keshav Tadimeti, and this is “In the Know.” [music plays] This time on the podcast, we revisit a moving story from fall quarter: a piece about Westwood’s homeless population – specifically those who need medical help but don’t want it. Read more...

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(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

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UCLA Health Operation Mend, which provides medical treatment for individuals injured during combat after 9/11, will double the number of veterans it is able to take into care following a  grant from Wounded Warrior Project on Tuesday. (Daily Bruin file photo)
UCLA Health Operation Mend, which provides medical treatment for individuals injured during combat after 9/11, will double the number of veterans it is able to take into care following a  grant from Wounded Warrior Project on Tuesday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

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(Courtesy of Mayo Clinic News Network)


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