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25 November 2009
Vol 1, Issue 8

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ONLINE COVER Stomach lining of a patient with Ménétrier's disease. A section through the stomach wall (stained with hemotoxylin and eosin) reveals pronounced gastric folds formed by the overgrowth of mucus-secreting cells. This abnormal tissue morphology can be reversed with a monoclonal antibody that blocks signaling through the epidermal growth factor receptor, as reported by Fiske et al. [CREDIT: J. TANKSLEY AND F. REVETTA]