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Lessons from anthrax

The deaths of five patients exposed to anthrax this fall put bioterrorism squarely on the map. Where does the road lead from here?

A Yale Medicine roundtable.At the 2001 annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science last February in San Francisco, an audience member asked a panel of experts on bioterrorism why the world had yet to see a major biological attack. After a moment’s pause, a response came from Stephen...

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Targeting cancer by subtype

Drawing from an archive of 3 million tissue samples, Yale investigators are applying the latest in microarray technology to hunt down cures for tumors that resist treatment.

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Moving beyond fear

In Kenya’s lively and cosmopolitan capital, where HIV has made alarming inroads, there’s a desperate need for good prevention strategies. The right message, it seems, is one that encourages self-respect.

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