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Alumnus Tommy Clark uses soccer's international appeal to combat the spread of HIV.
Dysentery is one of the four great epidemic diseases of theworld. . . . It has been more fatal to armies than powder and shot.
Putting Family First
Geisel graduates are helping fill the primary care gap by pursuing residencies in family medicine.
That Bourne from whence no Traveller Returns
In the early 19th century, Nathan Smith was among those trying to understand the scourge of dysentery.
Teaching the Intangibles
The medical curriculum trains students in the less concrete aspects of the profession of medicine.
Matthew Putnam '77
The journey from a career in academic medicine to performing surgery on the front lines of the war in Afghanistan.
A New Clinic in Claremont
Geisel medical students take the lead in creating and expanding a medical clinic for people in need.
A Promising Future
Donors give to support exciting projects in field of neuroscience.
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