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With more than 1,000 principal investigators and over 3,700 researchers, BWH is an international powerhouse in biomedical research.
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Researchers propose classification system revolutionizing communication of chromosomal abnormalities for research and clinical settings
Spironolactone did not significantly reduce primary endpoint
Complex benefits and harms of mammography require individualized approach
Need for Continued Patient and Physician Education Highlighted
Rate of death before age 50 remains comparable to 1960s
From the first successful human organ transplant in 1954 to face transplants in 2011, the clinical success of BWH has been intimately tied to the advancements made by its clinical researchers.