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October 1, 2002
Vol. LIV, No. 20

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Biodefense Effort Firms Up in Post-Attack Year

Anthrax Researcher Collier To Give Kinyoun Lecture, Oct. 7

Dream Anatomy Exhibition
Opens at NLM

16th Research
Festival Ready to Go

Depression Screening Offered for NIH'ers

Olopade Delivers Eighth Annual Diggs Lecture

Speaks Spanish

Computer Training
Fall Classes Available

News Briefs

New Appointments


Study Subjects Sought

U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services

National Institutes of Health

NIH Record Archives


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Hope, Strength Highlighted in 9/11 Observance on Bldg. 1 Lawn

By Rich McManus

Employees gather on Bldg. 1 lawn for memorial observance.

It could have been a depressing experience all over again, and employees knew it as they streamed by the hundreds from all quarters of the campus to attend NIH's brief observance in commemoration of the horror of Sept. 11, 2001, on its first anniversary. "Got any tissues?" asked one woman to a friend walking from Bldg. 31 toward the gathering on the lawn in front of Bldg. 1. "I might need some."
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Aspects of Scientific Identity Traced
Inaugural CAM Lecture Compares Today's Medicine with Yesterday's

By Carla Garnett

To offer perspective on the concept of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) that seems to have the modern public captivated, medical historian Dr. Charles E. Rosenberg said he journeyed back hundreds of years in time. What he found — and shared with a packed Masur Auditorium recently — were quite a few medical thoughts and practices that in many ways were not too different from today's.
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