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Yesterday was January 21, 2017, and yesterday was a historic day.  Yesterday, three million people worldwide marched in solidarity with women and their rights, in solidarity with gender...

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The common view of things is often different from the reality. They can be twisted, beautiful images that shield us from the truth. Sometimes people should think of it not as a shield, but as a...

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A century from now, I envision a world where patients with diabetes could lead healthy lives, where people with severe spinal cord injuries could learn to walk again, where children born with...

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