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The pandemic brought both setbacks and opportunities for young scientists. But female researchers are getting the worst of it.
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Pathologist Husain Sattar is becoming an icon—and a meme—to a generation of medical students.
The debate over one of the most contested exams in medical education comes to a head.
Medical marijuana has swept the country, but physicians aren’t trained how to use it.
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Roderic Pettigrew is training a new hybrid specialty—half physician, half engineer.
Physicians are rarely trained to care for transgender patients. New efforts aim to bridge that gap.
Burnout is on the rise among doctors. Is medical school the place to make a difference?
An excerpt from Matt McCarthy’s tales of being a medical resident: The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly.
The teaching cadaver is as old as the study of medicine. Is there a better alternative?
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