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Yale Medicine Magazine

The Yale Medicine Magazine was originally established in the 1950s as the medical school's alumni bulletin. Its articles cover discoveries in biomedicine, clinical advances, new ways of training tomorrow’s doctors, and the evolution of medicine and health care. The magazine has since broadened its readership to include the greater medical school and Yale University community, national and international media, individual benefactors and prospective donors, corporate and foundation officers, as well as the larger medical, educational and scientific community.
  • Overcoming infertility

    For older parents or parents struggling with certain medical conditions who want to have children, fertility treatment is a modern technological miracle. Doctors at Yale School of Medicine provide an array of services, while leading research with exciting clinical applications.

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  • A minimally invasive cure

    Minimally invasive surgical procedures have given doctors a powerful tool to cure a variety of conditions without endangering patient health unnecessarily. Ultrasound has played an important role in that development.

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  • A cure inside the womb

    Research into clinical applications for prenatal gene therapy could offer hope to infants in the womb identified as developing grave conditions such as cystic fibrosis

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  • A breath of fresh air

    Linda Armstrong, MD '88, a pulmonologist and Head of Novartis' Global Respiratory Development Unit, has been pursuing an interest in science and medicine since a summertime high school laboratory job.

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  • An ovarian pioneer

    Yale’s director of reproductive endocrinology and infertility grew up with a passion for understanding how things work and why. She applies that energy to helping people who have difficulty conceiving.

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