Evolution of the Textbook

HHMI Bulletin, August 2011
What will college science textbooks look like in the next five years? A flock of unknowns is circling
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In hospital-acquired anemia, blood draws are suspect

Today’s Hospitalist, December 2011
Routine phlembotomy may lead to anemia in 20% of patients
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The Unfamiliar Bleed

Hemaware, Spring 2011
Recognizing joint bleeds in people on prophylaxis
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Starting Over

Cleveland Clinic Magazine, Spring 2010
At age 26, Manrico Sargi suffered a brain hemorrhage. Since then, he has relearned how to walk and talk, graduated from college and lost 200 pounds.
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The Beautiful Molecule

Cleveland Clinic Magazine, Winter 2010
Researcher Donald Jacobsen has spent 40 years in the darkroom, illuminating Vitamin B12's mysteries.
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Founding Genes

University of Chicago Magazine, 3/2009
The South Dakota Hutterites are a genetic researcher's dream come true.
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Rise in C-Sections Taxes Hospitals' Resources

Hospitals and Health Networks, 4/2008
Increased costs, longer stays and risks to patients get insurers' attention.
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