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Parents are generally open to placebos in pediatric research—with a few reservations.

Do parents find placebos acceptable for their children?

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The HMS Photo of the Week: "First year students hear that they will need to 'learn how to learn medicine at HMS.' New discoveries frequently change the medical field, and these students will experience these shifts many times during the course of their careers."

Instagram photo by Harvard Medical School • Nov 22, 2016 at 7:54pm UTC

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11/30/2016 at 16:02. Facebook
"This is the first Harvard professorship in emergency medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital—truly a milestone for the field and the department,” said Nancy Tarbell, HMS dean for academic and clinical affairs.

New MGH Trustees Professorship celebrated

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11/29/2016 at 15:40. Facebook
This Giving Tuesday, support HMS' campaign to address the greatest health care challenges of our time.

The Campaign for Harvard Medicine

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Harvard Medical School
11/28/2016 at 16:22. Facebook
Researchers have improved the design of tiny nanodiscs—synthetic models of cell membranes used to study proteins that control what enters and leaves a cell. The enhancements provide an unprecedented view of how viruses infect cells.
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11/27/2016 at 17:44. Facebook
Science Sunday: Professor Wade Harper studies the architecture of "molecular machines" within living cells.
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11/26/2016 at 16:05. Facebook
Timothy Hla, Welcome Bender and David Scadden have been elected as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest scientific society.

Bender, Hla and Scadden become AAAS fellows

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11/25/2016 at 16:05. Facebook
Here’s how HMS students are learning to manage stress. What’s your favorite to cope with stress?

HMS launches wellness initiative to help med students learn resilience

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HMS students shared what they were thankful for by writing on leaves in Vanderbilt Hall. What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?
HMS scientists mapped the network for mitochondrial proteins linked to aging, health and disease.

Mapping the mitochondrial sirtuin network leads to stress-response discovery

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Education Wednesday: MD-MBA student Brian Powers sees himself as a problem solver who hopes to solve complex problems daily as a physician.
Alum Neal Baer describes how his medical experiences taught him the power of storytelling.

HMS alumnus and Emmy Award-winning writer, Neal Baer, on the power of storytelling

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“For the first time, we have found a connection between the brainstem region involved in arousal and regions involved in awareness, two prerequisites for consciousness,” said Michael Fox, HMS assistant professor of neurology.

Origin of human consciousness may lie in a newly pinpointed brain network

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“We have uncovered what we believe is a critical clue into the evolution of the human brain,” said senior investigator Michael Greenberg, chair of the HMS Department of Neurobiology.

Mammalian bone gene may be repurposed to fuel cognition in humans

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Science Sunday: Professor Louise Ivers shares the importance of working to improve global health services to the poor.
This is the first comprehensive analysis of the legal and ethical aspects that influence NFL players’ health.

Harvard report addresses legal and ethical factors that affect players’ health

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Examining the ethics, regulations and designs of cluster randomized medical trials.

Symposium examines cluster randomized trials

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“Our work strongly supports that cancer stem cells are the main source of growth in these tumors and, as such, should be considered promising targets for treatment,” says Mario Suvà, HMS assistant professor of pathology.

Cancer stem cells fuel brain tumor growth

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The HMS Photo of the Week: "Marissa Lynn and Matt Alkaitis work with a 3-D printer in the student-run Makerspace Protoyping Lab. Beyond creating objects, students can use the space to create design-modeling software to develop ideas for new medical technologies."

Instagram photo by Harvard Medical School • Nov 14, 2016 at 8:24pm UTC

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California has had the best performance in the health exchanges of any state by many measures.

Lessons from the California ACA Exchange

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