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Special Report

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Leading Medicine’s Metamorphosis

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Virtual cell

Cells must be cultured, nurtured and then perturbed according to an experiment’s protocol. It can be slow, demanding and expensive work. MORE . . .

Unbiased ed

The School of Medicine has developed a new model for continuing education for physicians that aims to ensure that corporate donors exert no influence over the courses.
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Team screen

It’s a claim that challenges conventional wisdom in the United States: Screening young athletes for heart abnormalities is a cost-effective way to save lives. MORE . . .

MS: Divide and conquer

The discovery that there may be two distinct versions of multiple sclerosis has big implications for patients MORE . . .

New neurons

Even Superman needed to retire to a phone booth for a quick change. But now scientists at the School of Medicine have succeeded in the ultimate switch MORE . . .

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Letter from the Dean

Academic medical centers after health-care reform


Stealth health

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