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    newswise.com Advanced Ct Imaging Proves as Accurate as Invasive Tests to Assess Heart Blockages

    News & World Report. For more information about Johns Hopkins Medicine, its research, education and clinical programs, and for the latest health, science and research news, visit www.hopkinsmedicine.org . “We found that the 320-detector CT scanner allowed us to see the anatomy of the blockages a... Read article

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    jhuapl.edu Zargis Medical Option

    The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine strives to provide international leadership in the education of physicians and medical scientists, in biomedical research, and in the application of medical knowledge to patient care. For information, visit www.hopkinsmedicine.org . The Applied Phys... Read article

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    molecularstation.com Researchers question safety of mist inhalers for delivering common drug for chronic lung disease | Science News

    For more information: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/gim/faculty/Singh.html Comments on this entry are closed. People who use a mist inhaler to deliver a drug widely prescribed in more than 55 countries to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) may be 52 percent more likely to die, ne... Read article

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    confab2011.com Testing Content: Challenges and Solutions - Confab Blog

    Given that the web team works closely with some of the world's leading medical researchers, we find that our internal stakeholders often want to share every aspect of their expertise—a trend we attribute to the demands of academic publishing. Content Solutions While the team has made vast improve... Read article

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    openbah.com Treating fractured hips at Openbah / Journal of a Marine Officer Candidate

    Treating fractured hips From the site: A metal cup with a polyethylene liner that is inserted into the acetabulum during a total hip replacement. Link: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/gec/series/fixing_hip_fractures Related posts: Website Copyright © 2005-2012 Openbah / Journal of a Marine Officer... Read article

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    bio-medicine.org Study finds patients give 'broad endorsement' to stem cel... ( In an early indication of lay opinio...)

    Meyerhoff Professor of Bioethics and Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics. Unlike human embryonic stem cells, iPSCs are derived without destroying a human embryo. Research with human iPSCs is valuable for developing new drugs, studying disease, and perhaps developing medica... Read article

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    phys.org 'Velcro protein' found to play surprising role in cell migration

    "Tumor cells have to break their connections to other epithelial cells in order to leave the breast and build metastases in other parts of the body," explains Andrew Ewald, Ph.D., assistant professor of cell biology and oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. For their study,... Read article

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    sicklecell.howard.edu News Archive

    Press Release from the American Society of Hematology (posted December 6, 2009) H1N1 More Risky Than Seasonal Flu In Children With Sickle Cell Disease . Infection with the H1N1 virus, or swine flu, causes more life-threatening complications than seasonal flu in children with sickle cell disease, ... Read article

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    crosbyvolmer.com For Immediate Release « Crosby~Volmer | Washington D.C. Public Relations Firm

    “We are grateful to the doctors and nurses in Baltimore, Vancouver, Portland and California who, like us, were not willing to accept the fatal diagnosis, but were willing to fight for the impossible,” said Jaime and Daniel. “We owe a special thanks to Dr. Jessica Bienstock at Johns Hopkins, Dr. F... Read article

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    bmedreport.com In-Person And Phone Counseling Help Patients Lose Weight And Keeping It Off - BMED ReportBMED Report

    Obese patients enrolled in a weight-loss program delivered over the phone by health coaches and with website and physician support lost weight and kept it off for two years, according to new Johns Hopkins research. The program was just as effective as another weight-loss program that involved in-... Read article

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    esciencenews.com 'Merlin' is a matchmaker, not a magician | e! Science News

    "Now we've shown how Merlin and Hippo interact to begin a chain of events that controls the growth of many tissues," says Duojia Pan, Ph.D., professor of molecular biology and genetics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator. Source: ... Read article

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    articles.baltimoresun.com Hopkins researchers look to genes for asthma answers - Baltimore Sun

    The work “represents an exciting opportunity to disentangle the genetic basis of a host of other diseases, not just asthma, which have a hereditary component and uniquely or disproportionately affect minorities,” said the study’s principal investigator Kathleen Barnes, a professor in the Division... Read article

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    hopkins.ehwc.net Johns Hopkins Medicine On-Site Clinics

    In fact, The Johns Hopkins Hospital was ranked #1 among U.S. hospitals for 21 years consecutively and, in 2012, maintained the #1 ranking in five specialties. Hopkins is also the honored recipient of the 2012/2013 National Research Corporation's Consumer Choice Award. For over 20 years, Johns Hop... Read article

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    hopkinscme.edu Faculty Profile - David Newman-Toker

    Associate Professor Bio Dr. David E. Newman-Toker is Associate Professor of Neurology and Otolaryngology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, with joint appointments in Health Sciences Informatics, Emergency Medicine and Epidemiology. His training is in Neurology, Neuro-ophthalmolo... Read article

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    medicalxpress.com HIV answers raise new ethical questions

    "For the first time, we will have a large number of individuals who are not infected with HIV taking medication for HIV, which introduces ethical concerns of well-being and justice," says Jeremy Sugarman, Deputy Director for Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics. "The funda... Read article

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