Long road to Cedar Street

The first grandmother to enter medical school at Yale, 40-year-old Karen Morris is where she’s always wanted to be: on her way to becoming a physician.
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The big move

Relocating 91 laboratories, a magnetic resonance center and the medical school’s teaching facilities across Congress Avenue is like putting together the biggest 3D puzzle ever.
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A futurist’s view

With smart dust, surgical robots, transgenic replacement organs and a 150-year life span now conceivable, Richard Satava says now is the time to face the ethical challenges that technology will bring to medicine.
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