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Deadline approaching....calling all writers (and students).

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Fourth Annual Contest for Inflammatory Language
Inflammatory Language  is a series of primers on inflammation science. Care to contribute? There is a free copy of On Immunity: an Inoculation by Eula Biss for the winning submission. The 2015 winner was  Melanie Stegman, Ph.D.,  Creative Director of Immune...

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Immune Defense: Inflammatory Language Guest Post
Melanie Stegman, Ph.D.,  Creative Director of Immune Defense  (a novel video game) and  Owner of Molecular Jig Games is the winner of this year's Inflammatory Language Contest . In her words... The game is meant to be an introduction, a tool to spark intere...

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Winner of 3rd Annual Inflammatory Language Contest!
The Febrile Muse has chosen Immune Defense , a novel molecular game by Melanie Stegman, Ph.D.,  Creative Director of Immune Defense and  Owner of Molecular Jig Games.   Many people were involved in the creation of this game. For more details, go to  Immune ...

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Third Annual Contest for Inflammatory Language
Inflammatory Language  is a series of primers on inflammation science. Care to contribute? There is a free preview copy of the following for the one winning submission: Preview Copy of The Forgotten Plague American Experience 2/10/15 Photo by CM Doran 2015 ...

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Tuberculosis: Review of The Forgotten Plague by American Experience (PBS)
Now it is the forgotten plague, but in the 1800's through the
early 20th century, tuberculosis (TB) was not out-of-mind. It affected
everyone; nearly 1 in 170 people were in a sanitarium. Nearly every family,
rich or poor, lost family members to TB.  Highli...

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Robert Hooke's Microscope
Robert Hooke's Microscope at the National Museum of Health and Medicine photo by CM Doran 2013 Imagine the world explored when Robert Hooke looked into this beautiful microscope. The card reads: Microscope, Christopher Cock (London), 1665 This microscope wa...

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Reversion: Unintended Consequences
Today,  Reversion  by Amy Rogers at  Science Thrillers  is released:  a lab worker on an illicit drug mission, hiding in a cave with bats; a clinical trial of gene therapy at a foreign medical tourism destination (because it was not approved in the States);...

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Second Annual Contest for Inflammatory Language!
Inflammatory Language  is a series of primers on inflammation science. Care to contribute? The first place winner will receive a copy of ... The Ghost Map: The Story of London's Most Terrifying Epidemic- -and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern W...
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