Harvard Public Health Review Winter 2007

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In this issue

Allston watercolor
Dean's Message
A vision for HSPH in Allston
Apology “We’re Sorry”
The healing power of apology— and how two little words could make medicine safer
DNA strand A New Twist on Inherited Cancer Risk
Slight DNA variations raise risk of common breast, prostate tumors
Kenneth Olden Teacher in the Art of Listening
At NIH, Kenneth Olden engaged ordinary citizens in the battle for a safer environment
shonkoff children Healthy Children: The Best Investment
Early childhood programs can work, science shows
Nicos Middleton A Geographer of Health
Mapping health risks in Cyprus and Boston
Alumni Award of Merit Award of Merit Winners
Celebrating the work of four distinguished alumni

Images, from top: Harvard Allston Initiative, Harvard University; Kent Dayton/HSPH; Ida Floreak and Anne Hubbard; Kent Dayton/HSPH; Getty Images/MedioImages; Kent Dayton/HSPH; Kent Dayton/HSPH

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 


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Cover Story
trafficked: peter horvath

Trafficked
Sold into sexual slavery, women and young girls are both victims and conduits of HIV/AIDS

Illustration: Peter Horvath

 

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