Duke scholars are studying how hallucinogenic drugs might become alternative treatments for medical-resistant conditions.
Everardo Macias's quest to find innovative treatments for prostate cancer mirrors his own incredible journey – from a migrant farm worker to a groundbreaking scientist.
Cardiologist Neha Pagidipati, MD, is working to improve the care of patients with cardiometabolic disease by increasing the use of evidence-based medicines.
Once a rising star in Uruguayan field hockey, a Duke neuropsychologist now tackles disparities, aiming to reshape how the nation's largest, fastest-growing minority group receives Alzheimer’s and dementia care.
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