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UC Davis Medical Center Patient Tests Negative For Ebola Virus

SACRAMENTO (CBS) – A patient at the UC Davis Medical Center suspected of having the Ebola virus has tested negative, officials said.

CBS Sacramento reported that state and local public health officials confirmed the patient who was taken to the UC Davis Medical Center on Thursday morning with symptoms of the disease and who traveled to the region of Ebola-affected Africa does not have the virus. 45 more words

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UCD Medical Center Patient Suspected Of Having Ebola Tests Negative For Virus

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A UC Davis Medical Center patient suspected of having Ebola has tested negative for the virus.

State and local public health officials confirmed the patient who was taken to the UC Davis Medical Center on Thursday morning with symptoms of the disease and who traveled to the region of Ebola-affected Africa does not have the virus. 229 more words

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UC Davis Medical Center Treating Possible Ebola Patient

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) –  The UC Davis Medical Center says they are treating a patient with a possible Ebola infection at the hospital Thursday morning.

Dignity Health officials said in a statement that the patient was first identified at Mercy General Hospital in Sacramento before being transferred to UC Davis. 321 more words

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Sacramento OT Finds Success In Bringing Patients Back To Health

Rowena Bonzon is an occupational therapist (OT) in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM & R) Department at the UC Davis Medical Center ( 406 more words

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Local Teen Selected As Semi-Finalist In Intel Science Talent Search

ELK GROVE (CBS13) – He’s only 17, but he’s already making big waves in the science community.

A local high school senior was selected as a semi-finalist in the 2015 Intel Science Talent Search. 384 more words

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Uncommon Diseases Making Comeback As Parents Don't Vaccinate Children

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Outbreaks of mumps and measles are considered uncommon, but last year the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported a huge jump. 247 more words

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