By Kate Ledger
very July for 40 years, genetics scholars from all over the world have flocked to the tiny coastal village of Bar Harbor for a “must-take” course in their exploding field.
By Elaine F. Weiss
hey’re colleagues, office-mates and friends. But these two senior international medicine researchers are something more–they’re brothers.
By Ronald T. Farrar
ll through July and August last year, a college professor far from home watched his wife undergo a torturous, but carefully conceived, treatment for a rare cancer. This is his personal diary.