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EACH December for the past 5 years, some of the country's most respected biomedical scientists have opened a window on their worlds to high school students in a series of "holiday lectures"—an event modeled after a tradition begun by the 19th-century English chemist and physicist Michael...
IT STARTED in 1988 when radiologist Steven A. Sirr, MD, took along his violin to pass the time while on weekend duty at a local hospital. After performing a computed tomographic (CT) scan on an accident victim, Sirr wondered what a scan of his violin would look like. In the 9 years that...
FORMER Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, MD, and a group of supporters have envisioned a unique museum of health and medicine near the Mall in Washington, DC.
Shortly before the holidays, the museum got a symbolic thumbs-up from Congress, with passage of the National Health Museum...
Seth Berkley, MD, Rockefeller Foundation, New York, NY, has been elected president, International AIDS Vaccine Initiative.
Melvin Tockman, MD, PhD, University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa, has become leader of the Molecular Screening and Population Studies Program,...
PERINATAL TRANSMISSION of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) accounts for virtually all new HIV infections in children.1 Through 1993, an estimated 15,000 HIV-infected children were born to HIV-positive women in the United States.2 In 1994, clinical trials demonstrated a two-thirds...
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