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thinking about disease diagnosis and treatment and blurring the lines generally separating levels of disease characterization. Alas, Andrew was accused of not knowing what a pyramid looks like, as the one the group developed was situated on its head.

But team 7C was ready to defend itself: “Building a pyramid right is easy. Building it upside down is impossible. Do the impossible,” they said. “Think big.”

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