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When public health touches a raw cultural nerve—from a deadly new epidemic to our daily eating habits—it’s a headline event. But most of the time, our ongoing endeavors never reach the news feed.
Is bench research that creates a lethal, contagious bird flu virus worth the risk that the virus could escape the lab?
HSPH pairs with refugee public health students to create a healthier Burma
As cholera swept through London in the mid-19th century, a physician named John Snow painstakingly drew a paper map indicating clusters of homes where the deadly waterborne infection had struck.
Angela Diaz, MPH ’02, knows what it’s like to overcome nearly impossible odds—and to pay forward the hard lessons she learned along the way.