Medicine, Murder And The History of Transfusion

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Emery Brown is a professor of computational neuroscience and health sciences and technology, with a joint appointment at MIT and Harvard University. He is also a professor of anesthesia at Harvard Medical School. MIT hide caption

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You Won't Feel A Thing: Your Brain On Anesthesia

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Researchers Rewrite The Guidelines For Diagnosing Alzheimer's

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A brain tumor is highlighted in blue on this MRI taken of the human brain. There were 43,800 new cases of brain tumors in the United States in 2005. National Cancer Institute hide caption

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An Oncologist's Pulitzer-Winning Cancer Biography

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