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H1N1's Warning

When the world faces a new threat like H1N1, a robust public health infrastructure is essential for an effective response.

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The Best Investment

If not for the trust of our donors and their vision, we could not have achieved our goal for the University’s fundraising campaign.

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School Accolades

School Accolades

Simple tips on newborn care save lives in Bangladesh and earn a Lancet Paper of the Year Award; plus other faculty honors.

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Alumni Notes

Alumni Notes

Who's working in Senegal, the White House, Finland or Guatemala? Find answers here.

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Frontiers of Public Health

Frontiers of Public Health

The new director of the Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing muses on modernizing regulatory testing and revolutionizing toxicology.

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Letters to the Editor

Guns, guns, guns and the letters they provoke; remembering George Comstock; and a message from Nigeria.

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How Do H1 and H5 Compare?

H1 versus H5

Bloomberg School’s respiratory virus expert, Ruth Karron, explains two opposite influenzas—and what to watch for with both.

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