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“Frankly terrifying”: A podcast about drug shortages in the U.S.

...the ready to step in, Mariano pointed out. One thing that particularly struck me about Mariano's testimony at the briefing was that he used the words "moral injury" to describe...

...the ready to step in, Mariano pointed out. One thing that particularly struck me about Mariano's testimony at the briefing was that he used the words "moral injury" to describe...

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...10 years ago probably hasn’t received adequate training in the technique. "I had to learn on my own," said Mariano, which is what most established anesthesiologists end up doing if...

...10 years ago probably hasn’t received adequate training in the technique. "I had to learn on my own," said Mariano, which is what most established anesthesiologists end up doing if...

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National opioid group addresses challenge of addiction and pain management

When Stanford anesthesiologist Edward Mariano, MD, joined the National Academy of Medicine's Action Collaborative to Combat the U.S. Opioid Epidemic last year, he and his colleagues began examining the available...

When Stanford anesthesiologist Edward Mariano, MD, joined the National Academy of Medicine's Action Collaborative to Combat the U.S. Opioid Epidemic last year, he and his colleagues began examining the available...

...heights and other anxiety-related conditions. The design duo behind the project are undergrads Paul Thurston and Bryce Mariano. The students partnered with Kieran Sullivan, PhD, a psychology professor at Santa...

...heights and other anxiety-related conditions. The design duo behind the project are undergrads Paul Thurston and Bryce Mariano. The students partnered with Kieran Sullivan, PhD, a psychology professor at Santa...

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