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A closer look at how the Bloomberg American Health Initiative will address the U.S.’s most daunting public health challenges.
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Dean Michael J. Klag reflects on his 12 years at the helm and what’s next for him and the School.
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A shuttle ride shattered by violence. A life's mission defined.
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An impoverished Ecuadorian community thrived in the 1990s making roof tiles—but their children paid a horrific price.
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The Syrian crisis has shown us the need for major reform of humanitarian response.
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Philadelphia Health Commissioner Thomas Farley and health policy expert Keshia Pollack discuss ways to engage urban leaders in health issues.
A Note from Dean Michael J. Klag, MD, MPH ’87
Evidence-based advice on public health for the new administration.
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Can a silicon chip stop E. coli and Salmonella outbreaks before they happen?
Recounting the Centennial year by the numbers.
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Top cancer researchers convene to explore the most pressing questions.
By Andrew Faught
CLF’s two decades of connecting health and the food system.
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Want to stop the sleeping sickness parasite? Start with its multifarious outwear.
A novel partnership brings the part-time degree and faculty to Japan.
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