Letters

From the editor: Keep the letters coming!

From the editor: Keep the letters coming!

As an alumni magazine Yale Medicine has a built-in hook to attract readers—our Alumni Notes page. We always like to hear news of classmates, even ones we may not have known well during our school years. And it doesn’t matter whether the news concerns a classmate who just won a Lasker Award or another who was named dean of a prestigious medical school. It’s enough to know that someone is alive and...

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Only one take on health care?

Only one take on health care?

Are we to believe from the article [“From Cedar Street to Capitol Hill,” Yale Medicine, Winter 2010] that there are no Yale School of Medicine alums working on the other side of the aisle to improve the health care system or having a truly different take on health care reform? Or does coming at this from another vantage point not count as being interested in improving our health care system? From my read of that...

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Student lauds psychiatry elective in Peru

Recently I had the opportunity to pilot a new psychiatry elective at the Mental Health Commission of Ayacucho in Peru....

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Account of Cushing surgery rekindles memory

Account of Cushing surgery rekindles memory

I was interested in your account of Harvey Cushing’s second operation on General Leonard Wood in 1927 [“Cushing...

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Liberal arts important for clinicians

Liberal arts important for clinicians

The article “Keeping Body and Soul Together” [Yale Medicine, Spring 2010] resonated with my wife and me. We have felt...

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Correction

Correction

In the Spring 2010 issue of Yale Medicine, the sidebar to the article “Biotech After the Bust” included incorrect...

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Second Opinion

Second Opinion

A "second opinion" from cartoonist Sidney Harris.

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