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When Stanford neurosurgeon Gary Steinberg, MD, PhD, injected human stem cells this fall into the damaged spinal cord tissue of specially-selected patients, it was considered a major …

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One of the first things we learn about bodies is, of course, that women and men are different - that awareness is undoubtedly prehistoric. What remains …

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There's lots of talk these days about teaching medical students how to be compassionate practitioners; Stanford's School of Medicine has even introduced patient-role players into …

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Sculptor Auguste Rodin was one of the great observers of human anatomy, and he did so not to advance scientific knowledge but to better exploit …

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