The Long View of a Fast-Striking Disease Andrew Artenstein ’81 tells the story of scientists’ two-century battle against bacterial meningitis. By Karen McCally ’02 (PhD)
STUTTERING SCIENCE: Breakthroughs in medical science are part of a “stuttering process” that includes small advances and setbacks, often over the course of hundreds of years, says Artenstein, an infectious diseases specialist and medical historian. (Photo: Bizuayehu Tesfaye/AP Images for Rochester Review) More . . .