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Fred Hutch team relies on deep community ties in Sunnyside, Wash., to help raise awareness of mysterious cluster of babies born with anencephaly
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Life-jacket lottery: Most adults take their chances on the water, study finds

‘Uncomfortable’ vests, alcohol on board and ‘expert’ swimming ability all contribute to low use

6 questions with the woman who discovered HIV

Dr. Françoise Barré-Sinoussi on the finding that changed her life, trying to get male scientists to believe her, the patients who moved her and the possibility of a cure
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The HPV cancer vaccine: Are two doses as good as three?

A reduced dosing regimen may mean more vaccine adherence, lower costs
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