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Tales from the crypt: the mosaic symbolism of Louis Pasteur’s tomb

Abigail Cline Augusta, Georgia, United States   Louis Pasteur’s tomb at the Pasteur Institute Hidden behind the Montparnasse Railway Station is the elegant brick and stone building of the Pasteur Institute. Since its opening in 1887, the Pasteur Institute has been on the front line in the battle against infectious disease. Consisting of research departments […]

The 8076th: a hospital with marching orders

Abigail Cline, PhD Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, United States November 22 was an unusually cold day at the American hospital in Kumchon County. Otherwise, it was business as usual in the sixty-bed facility. The doctors were scrubbing for surgery, nurses were moving patients among the wards, X-ray technicians were developing radiographs, and the pharmacy […]

The 8076th: a hospital with marching orders

Abigail Cline Georgia, Augusta, United States   November 22 was an unusually cold day at the American hospital in Kumchon County.  Otherwise, it was business as usual in the sixty-bed facility.  The doctors were scrubbing for surgery, nurses were moving patients among the wards, X-ray technicians were developing radiographs, and the pharmacy was dispensing prescriptions. There […]