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May 7-13: Paleomagnetism and much more to do on the Boston science calendar

In describing the book The Origin of Aids,  The New York Times says that “Jacques Pépin sifts the blizzard of scientific papers written about AIDS, adds his own training in epidemiology, his own observations from treating patients in a bush hospital, his studies of the blood of elderly Africans, and years of digging in the archives of the European colonial powers, and works out the most likely path the virus took during the years it left almost no tracks.” He speaks at noon at Harvard School of Public Health. FXB 301 


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