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Tag Archives: medicine
Book of November 29, 2009
The original rollerskate tour of the impact of disease on world history. One of the books that has influenced my thinking the most.
Book of November 20, 2009
How the Wasserman test for syphilis moved from a vague discovery to an established scientific fact.
Puzzle of October 18, 2009
One winner of the Wellcome Image Awards, 2009, for most stunning medical images. Aspirin crystals, under polarizing light in a light microscope.