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Stories by Carol Ezzell

Clocking Cultures

What is time? The answer varies from society to society

February 1, 2006 — Carol Ezzell

A Biomedical Politician

Detractors initially worried that he might be a White House shill, but Elias A. Zerhouni says his medical thinking guides his stewardship of the National Institutes of Health

September 1, 2003 — Carol Ezzell

The Price of Pills

Does it really take $897 million for a new therapy?

July 1, 2003 — Carol Ezzell

The Race Card

Does an HIV vaccine work differently in various races?

April 14, 2003 — Carol Ezzell

Why? The Neuroscience of Suicide: Physical Clues to Suicide

New research addresses the wrenching question left when someone ends his or her own life

This article appears in the In-Depth Report Genius, Suicide and Mental Illness: Insights into a Deep Connection

February 1, 2003 — Carol Ezzell

Fixing Food

Allergen-free comestibles might be on the way

December 16, 2002 — Carol Ezzell

Clocking Cultures

What is time? The answer varies from society to society

September 1, 2002 — Carol Ezzell

The Child Within

Stem cells from adults may not be so useful after all

June 1, 2002 — Carol Ezzell

Hope in a Vial

Will there be an AIDS vaccine anytime soon?

May 13, 2002 — Carol Ezzell

Proteins Rule

Biotech's latest mantra is "proteomics," as it focuses on how dynamic networks of human proteins control cells and tissues

April 1, 2002 — Carol Ezzell

The First Human Cloned Embryo

Cloned early-stage human embryos--and human embryos generated only from eggs, in a process called parthenogenesis--now put therapeutic cloning within reach

January 1, 2002 — Carol Ezzell, Jose B. Cibelli, Michael D. West and Robert P. Lanza

Cloning and the Law

Will therapeutic cloning end up being against the law?

November 24, 2001 — Carol Ezzell

The Himba and the Dam

A questionable act of progress may drown this African tribe's way of life. Similar dramas are playing out around the world

June 1, 2001 — Carol Ezzell

The $13-Billion Man

Why the head of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute could be the most powerful individual in biomedicine.

January 1, 2001 — Carol Ezzell

Hooking up Biologists

Consortia are forming to sort out a common cyberlanguage for life science

November 1, 2000 — Carol Ezzell

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