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Scientists Discover Possible Way to Turn Fungus From Foe to Friend

by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Candida albicans is a double agent: In most of us, it lives peacefully, but for people whose immune systems are compromised by HIV or other severe illnesses, it is frequently deadly. Now a new study from Johns Hopkins and Harvard Medical School shows how targeting a specific fungal component might turn the fungus from a lion back into a kitten.

Recalling a Lab-Led Rescue

by Harvard University
Pushing the boundaries of regenerative medicine, Howard Green helped save two young burn victims in the summer of '83.

Risky Research

by F. Key Kidder
An interview with Rachel Wilson, Ph.D., assistant professor of neurobiology, Harvard Medical School.