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Gregory Curfman, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Former Editor-in-Chief, Harvard Health Publishing

Dr. Gregory Curfman is Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and former editor-in-chief of Harvard Health Publishing. He is also on the affiliated faculty of Harvard Law School. Before joining Harvard Health Publishing, Dr. Curfman was the Executive Editor of The New England Journal of Medicine, which has the highest impact factor of any medical journal.

Dr. Curfman is board certified in internal medicine and cardiology. He earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School, and trained in internal medicine and cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He directed the Coronary Care Unit at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Cardiovascular Health Center, a heart disease prevention program at Massachusetts General Hospital.

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Join us for a special webcast: “Rethinking Cholesterol”

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Report proposes new “vital signs” to measure the nation’s health

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Draft recommendations on screening mammography continue to stir debate

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Experimental new vaccine may help in the fight against shingles

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Heart Health

PCSK9 inhibitors: a major advance in cholesterol-lowering drug therapy

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Will the Supreme Court send Obamacare into a death spiral?

Children's Health

Children who eat peanuts at an early age may prevent peanut allergies

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New vaccine is an important advance in stopping cervical and other HPV-related cancers

Exercise & Fitness

For joggers, less may be more

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