Indiana University Research & Creative Activity

The Art and Science of Medicine

Volume XXVI, Number 1
Fall 2003

Table of Contents

Editor's Notes



The Last Page

by Adam Herbert

by William Rozycki

Fake patients and bad-news scenarios challenge students in an unusual clinical exam.

by Eric Schoch

The universe of proteins inside a single cell may yield biomedicine's biggest finds.

by Elizabeth Hunt

A pioneer in stem-cell research continues looking for answers in umbilical cord blood.

by Karen Grooms

A professor of anatomy dissects the unlikely links between a neurologist, a priest, and a chemical weapon.





by Lauren J. Bryant

How should we measure the moral impact of medical advances?

by David Bricker

An auto-mechanic turned transplant expert improves the odds for lung recipients.

by Eric Schoch

The era of pharmacogenetics promises drugs and patients that are perfectly matched.

by Deborah Galyan

The most conspicuous crisis in women's health care is unequal access.