Letters

Change is in the air

Change is in the air

Last year, as we began the process of fine-tuning Yale Medicine’s content and design to create a more interesting and better-organized magazine, we asked readers for their suggestions. Your responses have been an enormous help to us as we’ve reviewed both what we report and how we present it within these pages.

On the content side, we learned that readers want to know more about the lives of...

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You’ve come a long way, Eli, in accommodating disability

You’ve come a long way, Eli, in accommodating disability

Cathy Shufro’s piece on graduate student Matthew Weed [“Bringing Science Into Focus,” Summer 2000] was inspiring. I was particularly pleased to read it as my husband works with a man who was denied entry to Yale College many years ago because he had suffered a wrestling accident in his senior year of high school and was a paraplegic. Yale could not accommodate him and revoked his acceptance. As a graduate, this...

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A new gloss on magazine’s design

A new gloss on magazine’s design

I have long enjoyed and valued the copies of Yale Medicine that have come to me in the mail. However, the glossy paper...

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Debate on Lyme therapy should continue

Debate on Lyme therapy should continue

The Lyme disease article on page 12 of the summer edition [“Conventional Lyme Treatment Found Effective,” Summer 2000]...

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Through the pages of Yale Medicine, a colorful past

Through the pages of Yale Medicine, a colorful past

Having also read Connecticut Medicine for many years, I enjoyed the section entitled “50 years ago in Connecticut...

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