A magazine for alumni and friends of Dartmouth Medical School and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Vol. 24, No. 3 Spring 2000
Table of Contents and Masthead (PDF) 78 KB
Three months of working at the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Africa. Three months of contemplating the legacy of the fabled French humanist. Three months of pondering his own future in medicine: A DMS student reflects on his time in the shadow of the late great medical missionary.
The Veterans Affairs medical system has long been doing battle against the special health problems of veterans. And, of late, the VA has been engaged in fiscal battle. Here are some insights into the patient population the VA serves and into how Dartmouth benefits from its affiliation with the White River Junction VA.
What a difference a century makes! First look back at some of the medical and technological advances that have occurred since 1900, then marvel at some prognostications about the state of medicine in 2100.
The wonders and mysteries of the world of microbes are explored in a new book coauthored by the former chair of biochemistry at DMS. Here are some excerpts from the just-published work.
DMS student Will Anninger is pictured here with the nursing staff on the internal medicine service at the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Gabon. The background photo of Schweitzer is courtesy of the Schweitzer Fellowship. Anninger's account starts on page 22.
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