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Data deluge
Summer 2012

Data deluge

Mastering medicine's tidal wave

Pure science
Summer 2009

Pure science

Has the test tube lost its appeal?

Hot shots
Spring 2009

Hot shots

Vaccines under the gun

War wounds
Summer 2007

War wounds

Bullets, bandages and breakthroughs

Gizmos a-go-go
Fall 2006

Gizmos a-go-go

Medical technology: Fixing our bodies, busting the budget

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Spring 2004
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Fall 2002
Fall 2001
Winter/Spring 2001
Fall 2000
Spring 2000
Winter 1999/2000
Summer 1999
Spring 1999

Other Issues

Stanford Medicine magazine is published three times a year, and each issue focuses on a specific topic.
Environmental Impact
Summer 2013

Environmental impact

The water you drink, the air you breathe, your neighborhood — in other words, your environment – can make or break your health.

Life Begins
Fall 2013

Life begins

Obstetricians have always wanted the ability to diagnose and treat the fetus. But in the past they lacked the necessary tools.

Mysteries of the heart
Spring 2014

Mysteries of the heart

But many experts believe better options are coming: They expect research on stem cells to bring about a revolution in care for heart disease patients.