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Braving disease, death, and violence, public health researchers risk their lives to save others'. Seven researchers at the School share their stories.
By Brian W. Simpson


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Faculty in the new Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute have launched an all-out attack against one of the world's most tenacious killers.
By Brian W. Simpson

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An ambitious health care reform package in Maryland, hammered out by policy experts from the School, could prove to be a national model.
By Tom Waldron


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We've set the standard, but the world still doesn't know what "public health" is.

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Historic malaria research; philanthropic reflections

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The imperative for acting now on AIDS in the developing world

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Re-reviewing protocols, tenacious obesity, our bigger future, and more

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The remarkable life of Anna Baetjer and how she changed the world of work

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School alumni make a difference — from Delhi to Fort Collins

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Instant communication means constant annoyance