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Muthu Vaduganathan 6h
Thanks 🙏🏾 for supporting investigators. Great fun meeting community, teaching in CCU, delivering GR, & rounding w Spend 1/24 of your day hearing emerging T2DM care models. Suggest 2x speed ;)
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Paris Bienert 8h
Grateful to have had the opportunity to attend the on Mental Health & Addiction Treatment today, thanks to the Muriel Gray Scholarship Fund. Thank you to and for connecting me to this opportunity!
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We asked Dr. Ashish Nimgaonkar from , our AGA Research Foundation Researcher of the Month, about his accomplishments - "This is a complete team effort — I think we have spent more time bonding with the rats and the pigs than our kids."
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From A to Z, learn what to do if your child has ongoing . (inflammatory bowel disease) could be the culprit.
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On March 25, Nina Martinez had a healthy kidney removed at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, becoming the United States’ first person living with HIV to donate a kidney.
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Double trouble? Learn what having twins really means for your health, your babies and your psyche.
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Considering surgical treatment for your ? Johns Hopkins plastic and reconstructive surgeon Oluysei Aliu explains the stages of lymphedema and available treatment options.
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Hopkins Med News Apr 22
What are the top reasons people go to the emergency room around the world?
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The promising research that may lead the way to a for –a rare disease causing intellectual .
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“As a lifelong Baltimorean, there is a real sense of pride in representing JHM.” –Michelle Glennon, associate VP, Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine
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Elliott Haut, MD PhD Apr 22
On my way to Brazil for a couple talks at Brazilian Patient Safety conference. Representing collaborative and . Excited to share the stage w/
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Testicular Cancer Apr 22
Testicular Cancer Conference East Coast was a great success! Thanks to our sponsors and Suzie Hoy in memory of her son.
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Milan Ristić Apr 21
Had fun speaking conference yesterday and meeting some amazing people! Thanks for having me!
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine Apr 22
Traitors! Our own personal army (our immune system) turns on us in certain . Dr. Joel Pomerantz explains why.
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine Apr 22
About 25% of people who have a will have another one. But you can avoid being a statistic with these 3 tips:
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Phillip Pierorazio Apr 20
Sam Mayer, Director of at speaking to our survivors about healing wholly after diagnosis and treatment
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine Apr 22
We’re celebrating 🌎 with a few tips for home or work.
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine Apr 22
Watch facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Shaun Desai describe revision septo-rhinoplasty (corrective nose surgery), explain who are the ideal candidates for this procedure and discuss how to choose the best facial plastic surgeon here:
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine Apr 22
Johns Hopkins researchers are developing a to collect real-life data to track the recovery of patients who have had spine surgery.
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Hopkins Med News Apr 22
NEW: General mental health practitioners may overdiagnose .
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