Take-down notices “imminent” as lawsuit is filed alleging widespread copyright infringement

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Philip Rosoff writes: “When someone is sick or needs the help of a physician, who should decide what is appropriate – what blood tests and imaging studies to order, what medicines to prescribe, what surgeries to perform? Should it be the doctor, the patient or some combination of the two?”

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Lori Wallace says it’s frustrating to constantly hear messages in ads for hospitals that imply her cancer would go away if she were just more positive and tried harder

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At Stanford and Google, Fei-Fei Li is leading the development of artificial intelligence—and working to diversify the field

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In a deal similar to the one that turned the tide against AIDS, manufacturers and charities will make chemotherapy drugs available in six poor countries at steep discounts

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There are currently 96,559 candidates on the list awaiting a kidney transplant in the US. In major cities, the average wait is five to ten years. For those on the list, there are meager options to get off it. They could receive a kidney donation from a relative or a friend. Internationally, some have opted for a murkier route

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Tribal leaders are developing a policy for genetic research and data sharing, potentially ending a 15-year moratorium

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Mistaken extrapolations, limited imagination, and other common mistakes that distract us from thinking more productively about the future

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