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Things Looking Up for Down Syndrome Babies
One hundred years ago, most Down syndrome babies didn’t make it to age 10. And as recently as 1983, the life expectancy was only 25 years. Today, 80 percent of persons with Down syndrome live to age 60 and beyond. More »
TB: A Once and Future Threat
Since the introduction of the antibiotic, streptomycin, in 1943, the prevalence of tuberculosis in the United States has been steadily declining. Globally, however, it is still second only to HIV/AIDS as the leading infectious killer of adults. More »
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