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Healing the invisible wounds of modern warfare. Story

Caring for President Carter

Battling melanoma, Carter came to Winship Cancer Institute.

Predicting disease before the damage is done

Researchers find a way to catch kidney disease years before serious damage occurs.


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Blessing from a Curse

Alzheimer's disease often runs in families, but the risk that runs through this family's bloodline is higher than researchers have encountered before. Do family members hold clues encoded in their DNA that can help ward off this looming epidemic? Story

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The Nightly Fight to Breathe

Sleeping through the night is difficult when your airway won't stay open. The Emory Sleep Center might be able to help. Story

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Fighting Alzheimer's

A conversation with neurologist Allan Levey Director of the Emory Alzheimer's Disease Research Center. Story

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