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Regina Chung found a house and true love in Windsor Square

Regina Chung found a house and true love in Windsor Square

| July 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

When Regina Chung saw a home for sale in Windsor Square in 1984, she had barely ventured into the neighborhood, mostly admiring its tree canopy-lined streets from afar. Interest rates were a whopping 18 percent, but Regina and her husband Jim were undeterred, and with help from relatives, they were able to raise enough money […]

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Students conduct stem cells research with hands-on lab work

Students conduct stem cells research with hands-on lab work

| September 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Twenty-one students were chosen from local high schools to work with stem cells inside a Cedars-Sinai laboratory during a recent weeklong program. The fourth annual Research Week program at the Cedars-Sinai board of governors Regenerative Medicine Institute is a learning opportunity that provides students with a basic understanding of stem cell research. The students spent […]

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Local nurse marks 20 years with mobile care unit

Local nurse marks 20 years with mobile care unit

| July 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

During her first trip to a public housing development, Michele Rigsby Pauley discovered five-year-old children there had never been immunized because the clinic down the road sat in rival gang territory. Suddenly, the need for a mobile health unit became crystal clear. “I am very proud that I can be a part of something that’s […]

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