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The Georgetown house is entered through a decorative wrought-iron front gate.

The Georgetown house is entered through a decorative wrought-iron front gate.

At the forefront of research into the genome, the sum total of an organism’s genetic material, the Harvard Ph.D. has a distinctive record of achievement in both cancer and AIDS research. Over his career, he has founded numerous biotechnical companies, including Rockville, Md.-based Human Genome Sciences, Inc., serving as its CEO from 1993 to 2004.

Currently, the scientist-businessman is chairman of Haseltine Global Health LLC and president of the Haseltine Foundation for Medical Sciences and the Arts. “Both organizations are aimed at enabling some of the world’s poorest people to receive new medical treatment that most of us in developed countries take for granted,” he explains.

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