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Contents AIDS pioneer Jonathan Mann dies in crash Genetics and mental retardation Stress and memory Morning After' to market No pain, no gain, but a pill? Nitric oxide gets renewed attention A scientist's way of winemaking AIDS PIONEER DIES IN CRASH Epidemiologist Jonathan Mann and his wife, Mary Lou, were among the 229 people killed Sept. 3 when a Swissair flight traveling from New York to Geneva crashed off Nova Scotia. Mann was founding director of the World Health Organization's Global Prog

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AIDS PIONEER DIES IN CRASH Epidemiologist Jonathan Mann and his wife, Mary Lou, were among the 229 people killed Sept. 3 when a Swissair flight traveling from New York to Geneva crashed off Nova Scotia. Mann was founding director of the World Health Organization's Global Program on AIDS from 1986 to 1990 and was appointed professor at the Harvard School of Public Health in 1990. He founded the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights at the Harvard School of Public Health in 1992 and subsequently launched Health and Human Rights: An International Journal . In 1993 he was named the school's first François-Xavier Bagnoud Professor of Health and Human Rights. Mann left...

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