From the terminally ill, to the mentally ill, to babies.
His medical school had a special diploma for Jewish students.
David Naor still hopes the technology can be used against cancer and autoimmune diseases.
Euthanasia and civilization.
And a 1959 profile in Time magazine.
Meet Dina Schneidman-Duhovny—and Wally.
A society that believes in nothing can offer no argument even against death.
The plague in Padua.
Many stereotypes and little data.
“There’s no explaining it rationally.”
New libels in the Lancent.
In a country of only 9 million people, more than 1,400 companies engage in medical research and development.
Waldemar Haffkine’s battle with cholera, plague, and anti-Semitism.