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A ‘Shangri-La’ for stem cell research at Yale

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A ‘Shangri-La’ for stem cell research at Yale

A focus on the basics of stem cell biology is Yale’s unique approach

This summer marks the second anniversary of the opening of the Yale Stem Cell Center (YSCC). By any measure, say YSCC Director Haifan Lin, Ph.D., professor of cell biology, and Associate Director Diane S. Krause, M.D., Ph.D., professor of laboratory medicine and...

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The kindest cut: single-port surgery at Yale

The kindest cut: single-port surgery at Yale

About 8 percent of the population has an appendectomy at some point in their lives, usually prompted by an attack of acute appendicitis. Until about 2000, appendectomies were performed using traditional “open” surgery...

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Opening up the lines of communication

Opening up the lines of communication

To be successful, the doctor-patient relationship requires clear communication above all else. When a doctor doesn’t speak the native tongue of a patient, translators are often called in to help, but because one’s...

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