Monthly Archives: November 2012

An End to AIDS?

Just in time for World AIDS Day — held every year on December 1st to remember the nearly 30 million people who have died since the epidemic began in the late 1970s — the US Preventative Services Task Force has … Continue reading

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Meet the New Boss. Not the Same as the Old Boss.

Most pundits have been describing last week’s elections as a victory for the status quo, with President Obama being reelected and Democrats retaining control of the Senate despite the timid economic recovery and despite Super PACs spending nearly a billion … Continue reading

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Live Strong or Live Wrong?

Late last month, renowned cyclist and cancer activist Lance Armstrong was stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles and banned for life from competitive sport for doping. Mr. Armstrong has repeatedly denied the allegations, and has only tested … Continue reading

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