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Where in the world is Tim Rebbeck?

Tim Rebbeck, a leading expert in cancer etiology and disparities, travels the world advancing the mission of the Zhu Family Center for Global Cancer Prevention.

A surprising look at the mechanics of metastasis

Scientists at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health are peering deep inside lymph nodes to learn more about how cancer cells spread—and whether we may someday be able to halt metastasis through dietary modifications.

Making performing arts venues healthier

An effort to ensure that Harvard University’s American Repertory Theater is housed in a healthy building—and to share information about how to make theaters everywhere healthier—was the focus of an article in American Artscape, the magazine of the…

Emergency preparedness experts preach the power of communication

Experts at Harvard Chan School's Emergency Preparedness Research, Evaluation & Practice (EPREP) Program have studied the pandemic and other public health emergencies to gain insight into best practices for communicating effectively about health risks during such situations.

More seasonal sickness likely in years to come, say experts

With COVID now added to the annual mix of viruses that typically circulate every year, including influenza, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and other respiratory viruses, “sick season” is likely to be worse—and longer—going forward.