The NIH Record

September 7, 1999
Vol. LI, No. 18

Knudson Gives NCI
Partners in Research Lecture

10 Millionth Journal Citation

Campaign to Prevent Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Launched

ORMH Closes Out Season's Intern Program

Latino High School
Scholars Visit

Program Promotes
Neuroscience Careers

Vaccine Research Center Reaches Halfway Mark

News Briefs




Study Subjects Sought

Final Photo

U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services

National Institutes of Health

NIH Record Archives

She Came for Healing, She Left Inspired

By Sharon Ricks

The past meets the present as Drs. Susana Capristo and Julio Panza stand at a picture of the late Dr. Andrew G. Morrow in Bldg. 10.

Susana always knew she was different. She had blue lips and fingernails. She couldn't run. She couldn't play hard. And for her, ordinary childhood diseases meant a trip to the hospital. She had a hole in her heart, and the bigger she got and the more she did, the less oxygen she had.
M O R E . . .

'Our Three Sons'
Henningses Board Three Ballplayers for Summer

By Rich McManus

Among the pleasures enumerated in the classic tune "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" — including the title sentiment, the peanuts and Cracker Jacks, the wistful desire that the experience never end, the pleasures of rooting, the survivability, albeit with shame, of a loss, etc. — no mention is made of bringing home a ballplayer to stay under your roof, drink your juice supply and feast upon your deli meats. Yet this is exactly what Marsha and Henry Hennings — two longtime NIH'ers — agreed to this past summer. They didn't host just one hungry, strapping, 19-year-old college baseball-playing kid, but three of them, for 10 weeks.
M O R E . . .