The Supreme Court has issued a ruling on Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., a case in which Johns Hopkins geneticist Dr. Haig Kazazian was the first plaintiff.
Eleven-year-old Tad suffered from an egg allergy for most of his life -- until Dr. Robert Wood helped Tad beat it.
Some surgeons claim music in the operating room enhances the environment and improves concentration -- from Bach to the Beastie Boys, discover which artists make the playlist of some of Johns Hopkins' specialists.
If you want to solve the problem of high health care prices, you have to address the problem of high costs, writes Johns Hopkins Medicine International CEO Steve Thompson.
If people are unable to perceive their own errors as they complete a routine, simple task, their skill will decline over time -- but not for the reasons scientists once assumed.
Join Director of Palliative Medicine Dr. Thomas Smith for an online webinar on June 18 to discuss how patients and families can live well alongside a diagnosis of advanced cancer.
Doctors Amanda Fader and Stacey Sheib are among the first in the United States to perform a robotic hysterectomy using a single, small incision.
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