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Science & Medicine is an illustrated review journal intended for physicians and researchers who are interested in how developments in biomedical science and technology relate to clinical medicine. Its purpose, in a few words, is to make new scientific advancements accessible to those who are working in other, nonrelated specialty areas. It is published in 6 highly illustrated, full-color issues per year, with each containing 4 to 6 expert review articles by involved and respected workers.


HIV-1 is believed to enter blood microvascular endothelial cells initially
and is then transmitted to perivascular macrophages and microglia,
which are the sites of productive HIV-1 infection in CNS.
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The Optimist by Howard M. Spiro Celebrating The Optimist
The Optimist by Howard Spiro
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Science & Medicine - Volume 10 Issue 4

Vol 10 No 4 August 2008
212Anti-Angiogenesis in Treatment of Advanced Colorectal Carcinoma [Drug Discovery] Timothy S. Collins, Herbert I. Hurwitz
215Directed Self-Assembly of Complex-Shaped Microtissues [Tissue Engineering] Dylan Dean, Jeffrey Morgan View this article for Free!
218Pulmonary Drug and Peptide Transport David A. Groneberg, Hannelore Daniel

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