SARS led to the discovery of “super-spreaders,” who can infect dozens of people. They also exist, it appears, in other infectious diseases.
Scientists say they’ve confirmed the bacteria behind the pestilence that killed millions in Europe in the Middle Ages.
If, as some scientists suspect, illnesses that strike late in life have a common root, similar therapies might help us avoid many of them.
When Paul Ehrlich developed the first clinically tested syphilis treatment in 1910, he sparked hope and controversy.
Tending to recent immigrants and other travelers, Carlos Franco-Paredes diagnoses diseases that few other physicians in North America have ever seen.
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