Harvard Medicine News
Herpes' Achilles' Heel

In a first, scientists have used gene editing to disable a potentially dangerous virus harbored by two-thirds of the world's population.

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Primary Care Declines in America

The first national study tracking primary care use over the last decade raises concerns.

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Donating Life

MD student John Hochstein's heart transplant at age 4 was followed by cancer and organ rejection. Now, he's dedicating his life to medicine and helping others.

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The Future of Dentistry

Harvard's longest-serving current dean, R. Bruce Donoff, discusses the importance of integrating oral medicine and primary care to improve health.

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