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We invented a new form of biopsy—microgrippers.

Illustration of a man with his intestines magnified through a magnifying glass, showing an army of tiny men using microgrippers as parachutes.
Syringe as a dart hitting a bullseye.

We're developing blood tests for cancer.

We are revolutionizing how we improve health and treat disease by understanding the precise, individual conditions of human illness.

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Man standing in a graphic of interconnected dots.
A graphic of a camera lens with an eye inside.

We're a step closer to restoring vision in people with retinal disease.

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We are working to train immune systems to destroy HIV.

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Graphic of HIV infected cell with a lit fuse.

This report covers the time frame of April 2014 through August 2015. Produced by Johns Hopkins Medicine Marketing and Communications.