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Jan 13 2022:Dr. Glaucomflecken on Why We Can All Use a Laugh Right Now
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Dec 22 2021:2021: Where We Succeeded, Where We Failed in Pandemic Year Two
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Dec 14 2021:Former White House COVID Advisor: We Can All Safely Experience Joy This Holiday Season
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Nov 9 2021:Dr Kimberly Manning on Twitter Teaching, Vaccine Deliberation, and Her Own Secret Sauce
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Nov 1 2021:How Pediatrician Rachel Pearson Brings Along Vaccine-Hesitant Parents
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Oct 20 2021:Dr Ebony Hilton Wants to Talk Herself Out of a Job
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Oct 4 2021:How Machines Bring Humanity Back to Medicine
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Sep 22 2021:Wellcome Trust's Jeremy Farrar: 'Seeing the End of the Pandemic Is Premature'
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Sep 14 2021:A Leading Virologist Reveals His Two 'Nightmare' Viruses
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Aug 30 2021:'Coma' Author Robin Cook on Medical Thrillers and Healthcare
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Aug 20 2021:Google's Head of AI Talks About the Future of the EHR and Technology in Medicine
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Aug 3 2021:Simplifying COVID Immunology, One Metaphor at a Time
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Jul 9 2021:To End Burnout, Doctors Must Change the Culture of Medicine
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Jun 25 2021:The Medical Students Who Shunned Fear and Dove Into COVID Care
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Jun 18 2021:Walter Isaacson on CRISPR and the People Behind the Revolution
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May 14 2021:Imagine the Worst, or We're at Our Own Peril: Osterholm
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May 5 2021:After Hundreds of Interviews, Here's John Whyte's View of COVID
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Apr 21 2021:Peter Hotez Talks Russia, Lady Gaga, and the Antiscience Movement
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Apr 15 2021:Tom Frieden on COVID: CDC Fumbles, Blood Clots, and New Approaches
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Apr 1 2021:Roberto Burioni on Conquering COVID and Charming the Skeptics
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Mar 26 2021:COVID Writing Goes Viral: How Literary and Social Media Writing Became a Lifeline During the Pandemic
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Mar 18 2021:It's Okay to Overreact: Devi Sridhar Shares COVID's Humbling Lesson
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Feb 23 2021:What the NBA's Collaboration With Yale Reveals About COVID Variants
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Feb 17 2021:'The Impact of the Vaccine Has Been Tremendous'
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Feb 3 2021:COVID-Related ARDS May Not Be So Different After All: An ICU Physician's View of What Works
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Jan 20 2021:'We're Only Safe if We're All Safe': Global COVID Vaccination
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Jan 12 2021:Eric Goosby on COVID, Race, and Building Health
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Dec 30 2020:Reducing Risk Now, While Preparing for the Next Pandemic
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Dec 23 2020:Can AI Exist in Medicine Without Human Oversight?
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Dec 9 2020:How HIV Informs COVID: Mark Smith on Crisis, Inequality, and Hope
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Oct 30 2020:Vivek Murthy: Everyone Gets Lonely; Here's How to Counter It
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Oct 28 2020:The Remarkable Value of Thinking Broadly: A COVID-19 Trifecta
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Oct 7 2020:Charting a Path Out of COVID Means Remembering Data and Humanity
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Sep 24 2020:Uché Blackstock, One of the Great Young Activists in Medicine
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Sep 14 2020:Rushing a COVID-19 Vaccine Could Lead to 'Perpetual Limbo'
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Aug 21 2020:COVID-19 Immune Responses Explained
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Jul 18 2020:Fauci to Medscape: 'We're Gonna Get Through It'
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Jun 29 2020:Wearable Tech May Detect COVID-19 Infection Before Symptoms
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May 27 2020:Up From the Abyss: Bellevue Starts to Reopen After COVID Peak
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May 20 2020:Revolutionizing Medicine With a Simple Touch and a True Exam
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May 6 2020:AI for Eyes Is 'Nothing Short of Remarkable'
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Apr 24 2020:With 'Horrendous' Decisions Afoot in COVID-19, Teams Are Key
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Apr 10 2020:'We're Going to Make It Through This,' Stanford Dean Says
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Apr 2 2020:'Our Job Is to Save as Many People as Possible,' ICU Doc Says
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Mar 27 2020:Stanford Hospitalist: 'What I Wish I'd Known 2 Weeks Ago'
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Feb 6 2020:Clinicians' 'Number-One Wish' for Artificial Intelligence
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Jan 2 2020:Bringing Humanity Back Is the 'Greatest Gift AI Can Give'
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Nov 27 2019:Mindsets Can Make the Difference in Clinical Medicine
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Nov 1 2019:Caregiving and the Soul of Medicine
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Oct 4 2019:It's Time for Physicians to Organize -- For Our Patients' Sake
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Sep 4 2019:Spend Money on AI or Just Give Doctors More Time?
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Aug 22 2019:AI May Save Some Time, but It Can't Listen to a Patient
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Jul 3 2019:Topol and Verghese on Where the Physical Exam Is Going
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Jun 26 2019:Eric Topol and Abraham Verghese: 'We Need to Be More Human'
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