Letters

From the editor: A clinic in Nepal and doctors who write

From the editor: A clinic in Nepal and doctors who write

In the fall of 2006, Jason Andrews, M.D. ’07, then a student at the School of Medicine, approached Yale Medicine to ask if we’d be interested in writing about a project he and his classmates had undertaken. They were starting a clinic in Achham, a remote region in western Nepal. Students often ask us to write about their projects. I told Jason what I tell the others—let’s wait until your project...

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Correction

Correction

An obituary in the Autumn 2011 issue of Yale Medicine incorrectly listed the house staff years of Walter P. Sy, M.D. He completed his residency in 1965.

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Public Health Service as a career

Public Health Service as a career

The U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps (USPHS), one of the seven uniformed services, offers an alternative...

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Physician Associates slighted in article

Physician Associates slighted in article

I read your article about medicine and the military expecting that you would mention the contributions of Yale PAs in...

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Global Health Program not the first

Global Health Program not the first

I feel compelled to point out that although Michele Barry, M.D., HS ’77, and Frank J. Bia, M.D., M.P.H., FW ’79, were...

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Second Opinion

Second Opinion

A "second opinion" from cartoonist Sidney Harris.

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