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In the first comprehensive national study of residency programs, physician network Doximity and its partner U.S. News & World Report has named the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine a top medical education program.
Learn how a newly developed compound could directly target a genetic mutation responsible for a common familial form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and a biologically related memory-robbing disease known as frontotemporal dementia.
A novel mixture of two medications holds promise to treat burns and diabetic ulcers with greater success than traditional therapies.
Many African-Americans may not be getting effective doses of a common HIV drug due to the fact that initial dosing studies, which were completed before the drug was licensed in 2007, included mostly European-Americans.
Learn about surgical options for weight loss. Join Johns Hopkins bariatric surgeon Michael Schweitzer for a discussion about different surgical procedures and the risks and benefits of bariatric surgery.