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Biomedicine Archive

  • Of Doctors, Drugs, and Trust

    Too many doctors write prescriptions while under the influence of drug companies. Aggressive prosecution of the worst cases could help mend doctor-patient trust.

  • Taking Media in Our Own Hands

    Grassroots creative communities are creating new forms of digital expression that are influencing both the art world and commercial culture.

  • Heart Restart

    Bernard Lown’s defibrillator has jolted patients back to life for more than 40 years.

  • A Foot in the Doctor's Door

    The lesson from foot fungus: sometimes your target market isn’t really your target market.

  • Cooking Tumors

    Nanospectra Bioscience’s gold-plated particles heat and kill tumors.

  • Bridging the Genomic Divide

    An automated-screening initiative funded by the National Institutes of Health could finally provide the tools researchers need to turn knowledge of the genome into new drugs.

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