Proto looks at trends in health care during the last 10 years.
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Physicians have had plenty of powerful painkillers but no national strategy for treatment. Could that finally change?
The Cures Act wants to put more tools in the hands of those who fight drug-resistant bacteria. Can this war be won?
Ernest Amory Codman, a pioneer in medical quality assessment, made his stand with a cartoon in 1915. It did not end well.
Nobel laureate Jack Szostak reflects on the future of science in the United States.
Scientific funding has hit a long rough patch. The director of the MGH Research Institute explores alternative ways to provide sustainable and rewarding careers for the next generation of scientists.
Cigarette labeling hits a big milestone, but the battle continues over the perception of tobacco’s risks.
The teaching cadaver is as old as the study of medicine. Is there a better alternative?
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