Neil Wolfman, a chemistry professor at Boston College, died on Wednesday, according to a family-run blog that provided updates on Wolfman’s health.
After watching her dad recover from a heart attack when she was a child, Alexandra Malarczyk knew she wanted to be a doctor.
Shokat explained that medicines that save lives and shrink tumors are the same drugs that allow individuals to build resistance to them.
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The University has been ordered to pay William Armstrong $125,000, plus interest and back pay, for charges of retaliation following the professor’s leave of absence in the 2002-2003 school year.