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The magazine of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Vol. 39, No. 1  •  Fall 2014


Putting Family First
By Lori Ferguson

Members of Geisel's Class of 2014 are helping fill the primary care gap by pursuing residencies in family medicine.

Field of Dreams
By Susan Green

Alumnus Tommy Clark—a passionate soccer fan himself—uses the game's international appeal to combat the spread of HIV.

Teaching the Intangibles
By Matthew C. Wiencke

The medical curriculum trains students in the less concrete aspects of the profession of medicine.

That Bourne From Whence No Traveller Returns
By Emily Dollar (D'14) and Lee Witters, MD

In the early 19th century, Nathan Smith was among those trying to understand the scourge of dysentery.

Notes from the Field
By Isaac Maro, MD, MPH ('09)

Building capacity and hope in Tanzania


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Tommy Clark founded the nonprofit organization Grassroot Soccer, which uses soccer, and the prestige of soccer stars, to educate youth in Africa about HIV.


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