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Featuring articles on a trial of mobile stroke units, iron interventions in infants in rural Bangladesh, somatic mutations in sporadic cerebral cavernous malformations, malaria vaccination with or without chemoprevention, and sensible but very cool advances in protein chemistry; a review article on the challenges of sarcoidosis and its management; a case report of an adolescent seeking HIV prophylaxis; and Perspective articles on SARS-CoV-2 human challenge studies, on supporting value-based health care, and on environmental racism and climate change.