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Medicine’s detectives: Pathologists master the art of diagnosis
“Pathologists must be definitive,” says Jack S. Moskowitz, DO. “When I see cancer, I call it, but I have to be absolutely sure.”
Building miracles with research
The AOA is advancing research through several initiatives, including a new 10-year strategic plan for research. But these efforts still are not enough.
Transplant surgeon inspires admiration from patients, colleagues
Alan N. Langnas, DO, who heads a renowned transplantation program in Nebraska, fell into the field by chance.
DO at center of West, Texas, explosion recounts night of horror
As the town’s EMS director, George N. Smith, DO, coordinated disaster relief efforts following the explosion.
Confessions of an OMM skeptic, or How I learned to stop worrying and love OMT
Kevin D. Hageman, OMS III, quietly questioned the effectiveness of OMM—until his first clinical rotation.