Long COVID Leaves Clues in the Blood
We’re a step closer to diagnosing, tracking, and even treating the perplexing condition.
Are We Doctors or Data Workers?
I want to solve illnesses, not scroll through them—the dilemma of electronic health records.
What We Really Are Is an Agglomeration of Cells
Siddhartha Mukherjee sings the praises of the cell to offer us a holistic portrait of life.
When the Surgeon Was an Uneducated Barber
A medical student confronts the history of surgery.
You Can’t Dissect a Virtual Cadaver
What is lost when we lose in-person learning.