David Reed and Panther Mayen
Rachel and Jason Miller had an extra special reason to celebrate the birth of their first child, Greyson, when he arrived two days early on May 14 – just in time for Mother’s Day.
Amid efforts to discover cures for neurologic diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS) and Alzheimer’s disease, several BWH researchers are asking a related question: Why are these illnesses so much more prevalent in women than in men?
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Drawing from a natural substance found in the wood of certain species of trees, BWH researchers recently identified a compound that can correct iron-delivery defects in preclinical models.
Join colleagues, friends and family members, along with BWH leadership, in celebrating employees with five years of service through 50 years with music, festivities and a reception after the ceremony.
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