When we think of a detective the first thing that comes to mind is an investigator, either a member of a police agency or a private entity.  However there are unique detectives within the multifaceted arena of medicine.  All though we might already think of most doctors as detectives there are special doctors, units, working at the National Institute of Health’s (NIH) undiagnosed disease program.  Doctors such as William A. Gahl at the NIH are disease detectives that try to elucidate the causes and genetic basis involved in the hundreds of unsolved and mysterious diseases that arise each year.  Dr. Gahl More >