Illustrations

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"Doctors made her that way, so don't turn your back on her." Illustration by Francesco Bongiorni

"Doctors made her that way, so don't turn your back on her." Illustration by Francesco Bongiorni

"My awareness of the privilege of doctoring is heightened by my exposure to and immersion in the humanities and arts." Illustration by Jeffrey Fisher.

"My awareness of the privilege of doctoring is heightened by my exposure to and immersion in the humanities and arts." Illustration by Jeffrey Fisher.

"Melanoma is rare for people in their 20s, but playing outdoor sports increases the risk." Illustration by Jeffrey Decoster

"Melanoma is rare for people in their 20s, but playing outdoor sports increases the risk." Illustration by Jeffrey Decoster

"Stanford researchers observed higher electrochemical activity in certain nerve cells in the brains of risk-averse rats than in those of risk-seeking rats." Illustration by Juliette Borda

"Stanford researchers observed higher electrochemical activity in certain nerve cells in the brains of risk-averse rats than in those of risk-seeking rats." Illustration by Juliette Borda

"We want to determine not only what makes people feel that they have a higher level of wellness, but also interventions that would help it." Illustration by Christopher Silas Neal

"We want to determine not only what makes people feel that they have a higher level of wellness, but also interventions that would help it." Illustration by Christopher Silas Neal

"There is still no bigger killer, and this is a totally unnecessary health burden." Illustration by Jeffrey Decoster

"There is still no bigger killer, and this is a totally unnecessary health burden." Illustration by Jeffrey Decoster

"More than a year after the Ebola epidemic in West Africa ended, researchers have identified 14 people who tested positive for the virus but had not been identified previously as having the infection. Twelve of them said they were asymptomatic; the other two recalled having a fever." Illustration by Terry Allen.

"More than a year after the Ebola epidemic in West Africa ended, researchers have identified 14 people who tested positive for the virus but had not been identified previously as having the infection. Twelve of them said they were asymptomatic; the other two recalled having a fever." Illustration by Terry Allen.

"Want to know whether a drug will damage a patient’s heart? Turns out you may be able to test that in a lab dish." Illustration by Terry Allen.

"Want to know whether a drug will damage a patient’s heart? Turns out you may be able to test that in a lab dish." Illustration by Terry Allen.

"A team of Stanford researchers has demonstrated that grafting sheets of genetically corrected skin improves wound healing for patients with one of the most painful of diseases, recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa." Illustration by Terry Allen.

"A team of Stanford researchers has demonstrated that grafting sheets of genetically corrected skin improves wound healing for patients with one of the most painful of diseases, recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa." Illustration by Terry Allen.

“I could eat three cans of peaches and you could eat one can of cream-of-mushroom soup and have a greater exposure to BPA.” Illustration by Francesco Bongiorni

“I could eat three cans of peaches and you could eat one can of cream-of-mushroom soup and have a greater exposure to BPA.” Illustration by Francesco Bongiorni

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