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A photograph of the original Phineas Gage exhibit in the former Warren Anatomical Museum. Showcased is the skull of Phineas Gage, a life cast of Gage, and the tampan iron from the accident. The woman second in from the left is Annie Taft. Pictured to…

A handwritten note asking for the removal of the iron bar at the request of Phineas Gage. The date written appears to be "August 24th, [18]54." Gage had been living in Chile since 1852. The message is from Gage; however, there is skepticism towards…

Two other laboratories purified TAF (tumor angiogenesis factor) at the same time as Dr. Folkman's: Dr. Napoleone Ferrara's Genentech laboratory in California, which called the molecule VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor), and Dr. Harold…

Grayce A. Young Family Professor in Women's Health at Harvard Medical School. From left: Amos Hostetter, Paula Johnson, Barbara Hostetter and Jeffrey S. Flier, by Gretchen Ertl, created April 25, 2016. Courtesy of Harvard Medical School:…

A pamphlet created by the Medical Committee for Human Rights, undated. Courtesy of the Civil Rights Movement Veterans,

The Soiling of Old Glory is a Pulitzer Prize–winning photograph taken by Stanley Forman during the Boston busing crisis in 1976. The photograph depicts Joseph Rakes, assaulting a black man, lawyer and civil rights activist Ted Landsmark, with a…

[W. E. B. Du Bois photograph from the Harvard College Class of 1890 Class Book, Pach Bros., New York, New York, United States. Courtesy of Harvard University Archives, Harvard University Archives HUD 290.04 pf, and available via HOLLIS:…

The Journal of the National Medical Association, 1909. Source:

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