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NIH Record - 75th Anniversary - National Institutes of Health
Enamel rods protecting a tooth’s surface

November 18, 2016

  • CAR T-Cell Therapy Moves Closer to FDA Approval

    Currently, there are few options for patients with relapsed and treatment-resistant blood cancers. A new approach to immunotherapy might give those patients another option, said Dr. Carl June.
  • Former HHS Secretary Devotes Life to Diversity

    ​Dr. Louis Wade Sullivan never forgot his roots. Throughout his distinguished career, the former HHS secretary, hematologist, professor and medical school president emeritus made great strides in health policy, medicine and education.
  • Five Questions with New NICHD Director

    Dr. Diana Bianchi joined NIH as director of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development on Nov. 7. She comes to NIH from the Floating Hospital for Children and Tufts Medical Center in Boston, where she served as founding executive director of the Mother Infant Research Institute and vice chair for pediatric research.
  • Journalists Learn Fundamentals of Cancer Research

    “I don’t want you to leave this room as cynics, but as skeptics,” said NCI’s Dr. Barry Kramer while presenting to a room of 14 journalists about cancer screening and guidelines.
Enamel rods protecting a tooth’s surface

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Lattice pattern formed by enamel rods protecting a tooth’s surface. 2016 CFC Beauty of Science 2nd place entry by NIAMS


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