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The magazine of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Vol. 38, No. 1 • Fall 2013
After years of witnessing the effects of an unhealthy diet on her patients, a pediatrician and Dartmouth alumna decided it was time to complement her medical training with culinary skills.
For many military veterans, and many civilians as well, the most difficult part of surviving serious trauma comes after the trauma itself.
In 1973, when John Wennberg published his first journal article on unwarranted variations in the delivery of health care, he was largely ignored.
Scaling the High Walls of Poverty in Peru
John Wennberg's 40-year quest to map the delivery of care
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STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS
- Graduates start a new chapter
- An update on curriculum redesign
- A record year for the annual fund
- Recognizing the masters
- Worthy of Note
- The healing arts
- Untangling how circadian rhythms affect addiction
- Future physician-scientists
- A prescription for savings
- NIH grant is a "game-changer" for translational research at Geisel
- Pediatric atlas marks a return to the roots of variations research
- Using a parasite to fight cancer
Voices of Geisel
- Philanthropy in action
- Fund for Geisel reaches new record
- Proximity sparks promising therapies
- Former annual fund director walks the talk
- Young investigators earn recognition and support
- Honoring a legacy of scholarship support
Art of Medicine
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