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Armstrong Institute Jun 21
Who was the first known person to use the term preventable harm in health care? Learn this answer & more by taking our new specialty in . No applications, no prerequisites and no set times ➜
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Hopkins inHealth Jun 4
Nicky Mehtani urges political candidates in Maryland to support a law that is designed to stop price gouging by manufacturers of generic and off-patent drugs.
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JHM Technology Innovation Center May 29
CAMP is now accepting applications from clinical research teams interested in becoming involved with the Johns Hopkins Precision Medicine Initiative:
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Kevin Knopf May 17
Video of my panel talk on Precision Oncology.
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Hopkins inHealth May 16
More men with low-risk prostate cancer are forgoing aggressive treatment.
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Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center May 13
If you missed the big win (17-1!), check out the video played before the game about the John Fetting Fund's efforts for .
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Hopkins inHealth May 10
Can do for depression what it’s done for cancer? It won’t be easy via
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Hopkins Med News May 7
Progeria is a rare disease that causes young people to age quickly. Susan Michaelis is here to explain what it tells us about normal aging.
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Hopkins Med News Apr 23
BREAKING NEWS: performs the first total penis and scrotum in the world.
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine Apr 22
Who solved the mystery of blue babies? It was cardiologist Helen Taussig, the second woman at Johns Hopkins to be awarded professorship.
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Hopkins inHealth Apr 17
You hold the answers – in your family history, your genetic makeup, your expertise, your vision for the future. Being able to unlock and unite all of these elements through today’s technologies is the key to a healthier future for everyone. Learn more at:
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Hopkins inHealth Apr 17
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Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Apr 9
ICYMI: , the Director of the Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute, discussed the future of bladder cancer research with a few weeks ago. Check the interview out here.
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Hopkins Med News Apr 16
Longer hospital stays, higher disability and long-term use are linked to daily presurgery opioid use in a new study
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Hopkins Med News Apr 10
HER2/neu mutation guides personalized uterine cancer treatment in new phase II trial
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Hopkins inHealth Apr 11
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Hopkins inHealth Mar 27
LIVE on : . experts discuss different technologies used at .
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Hopkins inHealth Mar 27
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Hopkins inHealth Mar 27
Follow the live stream: panel discussion on .
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