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HIV/AIDS: Yale covers the waterfront

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HIV/AIDS: Yale covers the waterfront

School of Medicine researchers and physicians are working at home and abroad to tackle the worldwide HIV/AIDS pandemic

Since it was first clinically observed in 1981, HIV/AIDS has become perhaps the greatest epidemiological challenge of the last half-century. The last two decades have seen significant advances in scientists’ understanding of and ability to treat the disease, but in...

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Tablets an excellent prescription for School of Medicine’s students

Tablets an excellent prescription for School of Medicine’s students

This fall, all 518 medical students at Yale received Apple iPad tablets to download course curricula, take notes in class, and assist them in their clinical training. “It’s hard to think of anything else that has had...

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Common threads seen in autoimmune diseases

Common threads seen in autoimmune diseases

Researchers studying what goes wrong in autoimmune diseases now have a road map to guide future work, thanks to two ambitious international studies published in August in which School of Medicine researchers played key...

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Gift links tribal colleges with Child Study Center

Gift links tribal colleges with Child Study Center

When Charles W. Carl Jr., M.D., talks about his 2005 trip to the Navajo Nation—a 27,000 square-mile Native American reservation in the Southwestern U.S.—his voice fills with emotion. Carl and his wife, Dianne, visited...

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