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Young Scientists Program JEP
Martin Kast of the Keck School of Medicine of USC explains an experiment to two elementary school students in a cancer education workshop organized by the Joint Educational Project’s Young Scientists Program, as graduate student Ruben Prins looks on. (USC Photo/Susan Bell)

Children hear from people on the front lines of cancer research, prevention and treatment

USC Dornsife’s Young Scientist Program hosts workshops at L.A. elementary schools to reduce the fear of cancer and encourage the pursuit of science.

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postpartum bleeding drug activation
Some important conditions are treated by misoprostol, including ulcers, bleeding inflammation, pain and labor. Illustrated here is misoprostol in the binding site of the hormone prostaglandin E2 receptor 3. (Illustration/Yekaterina Kadyshevskaya)

Better drug to save mothers’ lives during childbirth may be on the way

Scientists at the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience and Stanford University take first step toward a safer drug for reducing postpartum bleeding.