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"Incontinence makes me feel less adult." Illustration by Giselle Potter.

"Incontinence makes me feel less adult." Illustration by Giselle Potter.

"I wondered, ‘Am I signing her up for a lifetime of being in the hospital?’ You feel so alone.” Illustration by Giselle Potter.

"I wondered, ‘Am I signing her up for a lifetime of being in the hospital?’ You feel so alone.” Illustration by Giselle Potter.

"The fundamental concept of precision health is the idea of defining disease better in order to target it more precisely." Illustration by Harry Campbell.

"The fundamental concept of precision health is the idea of defining disease better in order to target it more precisely." Illustration by Harry Campbell.

"We want to determine not only what makes people feel that they have a higher level of wellness, but also interventions that would help it." Illustration by Christopher Silas Neal

"We want to determine not only what makes people feel that they have a higher level of wellness, but also interventions that would help it." Illustration by Christopher Silas Neal

“Something in there is leading to excessive IL-6 production, and that something is our old friend sugar.” Illustration by Greg Clarke.

“Something in there is leading to excessive IL-6 production, and that something is our old friend sugar.” Illustration by Greg Clarke.

"Billions of people still lack access to safe, affordable surgical care." Illustration by Greg Clarke.

"Billions of people still lack access to safe, affordable surgical care." Illustration by Greg Clarke.

"If we knew why and how inflammaging occurs, we might be able to find ways to forestall or override it." Illustration by Mark Smith

"If we knew why and how inflammaging occurs, we might be able to find ways to forestall or override it." Illustration by Mark Smith

"There are many reasons why we might get results that are incorrect, but not easily recognizable as wrong. Particularly if these results fit our own expectations and biases." Illustration by Mark Smith

"There are many reasons why we might get results that are incorrect, but not easily recognizable as wrong. Particularly if these results fit our own expectations and biases." Illustration by Mark Smith

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