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Welcome to the Web edition of Hopkins Medical News. 

Published three times a year for alumni, faculty, parents and friends of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, HMN brings readers face to face with people, issues and events that shape one of the worlds leading health care institutions. We probe into the operating rooms, venture behind the lab bench, poke into the lives of students and distinguished faculty. The feature articles on the web version of the magazine will be updated frequently, so keep checking in with us. 
 
 

Sexual Healing

After Hopkins halted its infamous sex-change surgeries, the national hoopla disappeared. The low-profile Sexual Behaviours Unit, however, continues to lead the way in this unusual specialty.

By Jim Duffy

Sexual Healing, Winter 1999 issue cover
 

Flawed Apostle

Henry sigerist ascended to the top ranks of medical historians. Then, he invested all his enthusiam on the wrong horse - the Soviet Union.

By Janet Farrar Worthington

Henry Sigerist on the cover of Time magazine.

Straight-Shooting Shrink

Psychiatrist Paul McHugh has attracted controversy over three decades, but when he takes aim at a trendy diagnosis, he almost always hits his mark.

By Jim Duffy

Psychiatrist Paul McHugh has attracted controversy over three decades, but when he takes aim at a trendy diagnosis, he almost always hits his mark.

Medicine's New Main Street

With Hopkins now a dominant player on the internet, hundreds of savvier patients are arriving here through this new entryway.

By Randi Henderson

With Hopkins now a dominant player on the internet, hundreds of savvier patients are arriving here through this new entryway.


The latest clinical advances and medical news.


What's happening under the Dome.


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