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A surge of opioid prescriptions launched an epidemic of substance use disorder in the U.S. Harvard Chan School researchers are piecing together how it happened—and how to stop it from happening again.
After a three-decade career as a physician, HIV/AIDS researcher, and policymaker, Lawrence Deyton, SM ’76, is bringing a public health ethos to medical education.
“Break out of your comfort zones,” Dean Michelle Williams advised the 606 public health students who earned their degrees
C-Change Conversations, an organization devoted to sharing the science of climate change, focuses on taking its message to political conservatives and moderates.