Finding answers to life’s fundamental questions fuels biomedical scientists’ curiosity, even though most of the time their experiments fail. Not everyone’s cut out for such work, but the scientist is often cut out for no other.
By Sally Pobojewski
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Deep vein clotting carries the deadly danger the clot will break free, traveling through the heart and into the lungs. A new U-M clinic treats patients through a team approach — and the team assembles around the patient in a single, shared location.
By Nancy Ross-Flanigan
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