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Replacing a Joint Leads to Regaining a Life

Osteoarthritis made it impossible for Eva Clark to play outside with her youngest son. After joint replacement surgery, she's active and pain-free.

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Epilepsy Surgery | Jeannie's Story

After a viral brain infection left South Carolina native Jeannie with epileptic seizures that couldn’t be controlled by medication, physicians from the Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Center removed the part of her brain where the seizures originated.

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What is Pancreatitis?

Gastroenterologist Vikesh Singh explains the definition and symptoms of chronic and acute pancreatitis.

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