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Stanford Medicine magazine in images

There were lots of oohs and aahs among my colleagues when we first got our hands on the latest issue of Stanford Medicine. The award-winning magazine always contains good stuff (kudos to editor Rosanne Spector), but we all agreed that the artwork in this issue was particularly strong. Above are some of the more striking images.

Previously: Stanford Medicine magazine opens up the world of surgery
First two images in first row by Max Aguilera-Hellweg; illustration by Gérard Dubois
Illustrations in second row by, from left to right, Jon Han, Tina Berning and Harry Campbell
Images in third row by, from left to right, Jon Han, Max Aguilera-Hellweg and Gérard Dubois

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