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A selection of articles from the Fall/Winter 2009 issue of Paths of Progress, along with several exclusive, online-only stories and features.
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A glance at some of the figures that add up to clinical and research excellence.
The former Boston Red Sox second baseman reflects on a career in baseball and philanthropy.
By building intricate maps of genetic pathways, researchers are creating a detailed picture of how cancer occurs – and how it may be stopped.
With gentler surgical methods and new drugs, scientists attack cancer of the esophagus, the fastest-rising cancer in the U.S.
Cord-blood stem cell transplants have long been used for treating children with leukemia and other blood disorders, but only recently for adults.
Women giving birth at Brigham and Women's Hospital have the option to donate blood from their babies' umbilical cords to a public blood bank.
Former state legislator and talk-show host Marjorie Clapprood talks about her chronic lymphocytic leukemia diagnosis and treatment.
The concept of creating lineage at Dana-Farber takes mentoring from showing mentees the ropes to teaching them how to succeed at work – and in life.
Joyce Kulhawik, cancer survivor and longtime arts and entertainment reporter for WBZ-TV in Boston, shares her story.