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November 9, 2004

Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine Available

To make big changes in the world, think small, very small. The latest issue of Johns Hopkins Public Health magazine examines the molecular-level research at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and how it will drive future advances in global health. Understanding the inner workings of genes, enzymes and proteins could hold the key to preventing cancer, fighting malaria, AIDS, Alzheimer’s disease and other scourges.

The fall 2004 issue of Johns Hopkins Public Health is now available. To receive a free copy, call 410-955-6878 or to subscribe for free to the magazine, go to www.jhsph.edu/subscribe. To view the online version, go to www.jhsph.edu/magazine.

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Johns Hopkins Public Health is published twice a year by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Public Affairs media contacts for the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health: Tim Parsons or Kenna Lowe at 410-955-6878 or paffairs@jhsph.edu.