A wounded World War II veteran transformed thinking about artificial limbs.
The first angioplasty procedure was performed 50 years ago. But it was some time before the work of “Crazy Charlie” Dotter caught on.
Eighty years ago, what he perceived of as a telepathic experience led Hans Berger to create the electroencephalogram.
The fallout from exposure to Agent Orange—used to defoliate jungles during the Vietnam War—continues to be felt.
One hundred and fifty years ago, Rebecca Lee Crumpler became the first black woman to receive a medical degree in the United States.
Sharply pared budgets could kill the Framingham Heart Study—after 50 years of astonishing research breakthroughs.
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