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The stars were out when John Bartlett, chief of Infectious Diseases, received a prestigious award for scientific achievement from the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases at a dinner on March 31 at the Ritz Carlton in Pentagon City, Va. That evening, Bill Clinton also received the foundation’s award for “humanitarian contributions to the health of humankind” from former presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, along with Betty Ford and Rosalyn Carter. Here, Bartlett and his wife, Jean, on his left, chat with the former president.



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