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1970s - Friedman

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2005 - Autumn

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Lloyd N. Friedman, M.D. ’79, clinical professor of medicine at the School of Medicine, received a grant from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health to study new gamma interferon assays in the diagnosis of latent tuberculosis. In April he received the David Lyman Russell Award from the Connecticut chapter of the American Lung Association for contributions to the prevention and treatment of tuberculosis. Friedman is the vice president of medical affairs and the medical director of Intensive Care and Respiratory Therapy at Milford (Conn.) Hospital.