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Science, Technology, and Medicine

Elegant, straightforward ideas will win in the immediate future, while insights into the mysteries of complex diseases will set the tempo for new cures. But dusting off old technologies may beat out both approaches in the long run.

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The Biology of Hope  By Jerome Groopman
For years, the idea of a mind-body connection was scientifically disreputable. Now new research suggests positive emotions may play a part in healing.

 

AIDS research    Old drugs, new indications    Obesity

Immune modulators    Hospitalists    Plastic surgery

Drug delivery: the Biopump    Xenotransplantation

DNA replication    Genomics    Biofilm

Junk DNA    The polypill    Molecular pathology

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Tom Cech

Stanley Falkow

Heino von Prondzynski

 

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Nancy S. Wexler

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