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Boning Up

Michael Econs helped find a treatment for one rare genetic condition. Now, he’s turned his attention to another: osteopetrosis.

Bobby King  |  Nov 21, 2021

Let's Do What We've Got to Do

Eamon Eccles faced his own mortality as a cancer patient. It taught the future physician a few things about empathy.

Laura Gates  |  Nov 19, 2021

Research Saves Lives

Stephanie Pemberton saw the impact cancer research had for others—and experienced it herself after she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Bobby King  |  Nov 18, 2021

Finding Everyday Wonders

As IU School of Medicine strives to train stellar physicians and use research to transform health, it’s worth taking a moment to behold the progress we make along the way.

Jay Hess  |  Nov 18, 2021

Refining the Cure

Lawrence Einhorn pioneered a treatment for testicular cancer. Today, he strives to ‘lessen the burden’ it puts on patients.

Laura Gates  |  Nov 18, 2021

Lifting the Fog

Immunotherapy holds tremendous promise, but a researcher is exploring whether it plays a role in cognitive changes among cancer survivors.

Matthew Harris  |  Nov 16, 2021

At First Glance

When Violet Refbord was born, glaucoma threatened to steal her vision. Her parents turned to pediatric ophthalmologists at Indiana University School of Medicine, where the latest advances in training and research have saved eyesight for five decades.

Matthew Harris  |  Nov 15, 2021

Building Better Surgeons

Surgeons traditionally learned their craft with a scalpel in hand in a pressure-packed operating room. Gary Dunnington, MD, envisioned a better way, starting a movement to improve training.

Bobby King  |  Nov 04, 2021