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TINY cancer detection device proves effective in Uganda testing

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Mortal Matters

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New Medical Students Gain Hands-On Training (Literally) to Stop the Bleed

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Dr. Lisa Newman Appointed Chief of the Section of Breast Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medicine

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10 Things Today’s Doctors Need to Know

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Dr. Mary Charlson Awarded Grant from PCORI

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Even “Good” Levels of Air Pollution May Still Be Dangerous for Smokers

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First-year medical students celebrate receiving their white coats with Dean Augustine M.K. Choi.

White Coat Ceremony Marks First Step in Students’ Medical Careers

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NewYork-Presbyterian Remains New York's #1 Hospital in U.S. News & World Report’s "Best Hospitals" Survey

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Image shows macrophages (red), a type of white blood cell, infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis (green and blue). Photo credit: Dr. Helene Botella, an instructor in microbiology and immunology at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Weakening Tuberculosis Bacteria’s Defenses May Speed Treatment and Thwart Drug Resistance

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Early Sensory Stimulation is Critical for the Development of Sensory Networks

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Cell-free DNA May be the Key to Monitoring Urinary Tract Infections

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Prostate organoids from genetically engineered mouse models. Image credit: Mirjam Blattner and Dennis Huang

Despite High PSA Level, Prostate Cancer Subtype May Have a Promising Prognosis

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Study Finds TAVR Requires More Research

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In Sight: Dr. Schwartz doing an exam at the main clinic in Riobamba, the capital of Ecuador’s Chimborazo Province. Photo provided.

Second Act

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