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The Cure For Fear

New Republic
“'Cure' is a word not often encountered in psychiatry,” Roger Pitman, a psychiatrist at Harvard Medical School, wrote in December in the journal Biological Psychiatry, in response to a study in which Kindt had successfully treated a group of people who ...

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Amid Public Feuds, A Venerated Medical Journal Finds Itself Under Attack

The Beachwood Reporter
Barry Marshall, a winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, tweeted: "Plenty of Nobel prizes came from a new look at other people's data." And Prasad, of Oregon Health & Science University, said despite Drazen's contention that he was ...

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Walter Kohn dies; Nobel Prize winner was 93

Newsday
The work — much of it credited to the theoretical advances made by Kohn — helped scientists develop and create new molecules and new materials tailor-made for many purposes, including electronics and medicine. The Nobel Prize — which he shared with ...

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This Day in Jewish History 2013: French War Hero and Accidental Nobel Prize Winner Dies

Haaretz
In 1965, Jacob shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Monod and with Lwoff, for their discovery that cells can switch genetic information on and off. Having broken ground on genetic expression, Jacob turned his attention to cancer, which ...

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