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PodMed is a weekly discussion of the latest medical news – featuring Rick Lange, M.D., chief of clinical cardiology and Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine.

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Welch Library
Host Alonzo LaMont, Welch Communications Specialist and Co-Host Victoria Goode, Welch Library Informationist discuss upcoming Podcast Guest Johns Hopkins President Ronald Daniels. Also, the current status of Welch Library along with the Welch Library presence in the Zayed Tower Building.

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Miller Discusses Health Care Reform
Dr. Edward Miller, former dean and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, describes a Hopkins model for managing many of the newly insured. MORE

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Choosing a Spine Surgeon
Dr. Ziya Gokaslan explains how to choose a spine surgeon.
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Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus
Neurosurgeon Dr. Daniele Rigamonti discusses normal pressure hydrocephalus.  MORE

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Lean Sigma
Dr. Erich Aldrich, Chair of the Quality Improvement Committee for Neurology discusses the importance of using Lean Sigma, a novel business approach, provided by The Center for Innovation in Quality Patient Care at Johns Hopkins Medicine.  MORE

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Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education building
Dr. Edward Miller, former dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine talks about the new Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education building and how critical it is to the new medical school curriculum.  MORE

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New Medical School Curriculum
Dr. David Nichols,  vice dean for education and Dr. Patricia Thomas, associate dean of curriculum from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine talk about the new medical school curriculum ‘Genes to Society’.  MORE

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Epilepsy Surgery
Johns Hopkins neurologist Gregory Bergey discusses the benefits of epilepsy surgery.  MORE

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Kidney Donation
Pamela Paulk, vice president of human resources, is donating a kidney as part of a series of “domino” kidney transplants. Because of her generosity, a fellow employee at The Johns Hopkins Hospital will receive a kidney transplant. She also hopes to increase public awareness of the importance of organ donation and is telling her story throughout her personal journey. MORE

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Team Approach to Treating Brain Tumors
Neurosurgeon Alessandro Olivi discusses his team’s multi-disciplinary approach to the treatment of brain tumors.  MORE

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Epilepsy in Children
Neurologist Patty Vining discusses the diagnosis and management of childhood epilepsy at Johns Hopkins.  MORE

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Brain Tumors
Neurosurgeon Jon Weingart talks about 'low grade' brain tumors and their treatment at Johns Hopkins.  MORE

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Molecular Approaches to Prostate Cancer
Shawn Lupold, Ph.D., assistant professor of urology, discusses molecular approaches to prostate cancer.  MORE

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"Hopkins" / ABC Podcast
Arjun Chanmugam, M.D., director of education for Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine, discusses how emergency room staff often must address not only the immediate medical needs of the patient, but also the needs of the patient's family and law enforcement.  MORE

* This discussion is based on an episode in the six-part documentary program called "Hopkins" that airs on the ABC Television Network. For more details on the the show, visit: http://hopkins.abcnews.com

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GI Second Opinions
Anthony Kalloo, M.D., chief of gastroenterology and hepatology at Johns Hopkins, talks about the importance of getting a second opinion in gastroenterology.

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"Hopkins" / ABC Podcast
Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa, M.D. talks about when blood splattered in his eye during surgery. MORE

* This experience of Dr. Quinones is based on an episode in the six-part documentary program called "Hopkins" that airs on the ABC Television Network.  For more details on the the show, visit:  http://hopkins.abcnews.com

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"Hopkins" / ABC Podcast
Dr. Edward Miller, former dean and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, talks about why Hopkins agreed to allow the ABC Television Network to film the documentary series.  MORE

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Expectant Management
Ballentine Carter, M.D., Director of Adult Urology at the Brady Urological Institute, comments on expectant management of prostate cancer.  MORE

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Prostate Cancer
David Berman, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of pathology, oncology and urology at Johns Hopkins, discusses the different ways he and his lab are looking at how prostate cancer develops. MORE

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Urobotics
Dan Stoianovici, Ph.D., director of the Johns Hopkins URobotics program, discusses robotics role in urology.  MORE

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Craniosynostosis
Pediatric neurosurgeon Edward Ahn, M.D., talks about positional plaigiocephaly and craniosynostosis in infants. MORE

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Sublingual Immunotherapy
Sandra Lin, M.D., assistant professor of professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at Johns Hopkins, discusses the pros and cons of sublingual immunotherapy.  MORE

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Chiari malformation
Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon George Jallo, M.D., discusses Chiari malformation.  MORE

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Hydrocephalus
Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon George Jallo, M.D. explains what hydrocephalus is, how it is diagnosed and the treatment.
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Primary and Secondary Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease
Roger Blumenthal, M.D., dicusses prevention of cardiovascular disease.  MORE

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Selecting the Right Neurosurgeon
Henry Brem, M.D., director of neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins, explains the importance of picking the right neurosurgeon. MORE

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Genetics and Heart Disease
Dan Judge, M.D., talks about the genetics of heart disease. MORE

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Nutrition
Gerard Mullin, M.D., gastroenterologist at Johns Hopkins, talks about managing nutritional aspects of GI conditions.  Part of our GI Podcast series.  MORE

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Pituitary Tumors
Roberto Salvatori, M.D., associate professor of medicine in the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, discusses pituary tumors.  MORE

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Brain Tumors
Dr. Jon Weingart, a neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins, explains the most common types of brain tumors, their treatment and cutting edge research that may help in their treatment.  MORE

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Ulcerative Colitis
Mary Harris, M.D., gastroenterologist at Johns Hopkins, talks about ulcerative colitis. Part of our GI Podcast series. MORE
May 2007

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HPV Causes Throat Cancers
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have conclusive evidence that human papillomavirus (HPV) causes some throat cancers in both men and women.  MORE

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Prostate Cancer Expectant Management
H. Ballentine Carter, M.D., professor of urology at Johns Hopkins discusses prostate cancer expectant management.

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Heartburn
Patrick Okolo, M.D., M.P.H., chief of gastrointestinal endoscopy at Johns Hopkins, discusses the prevention, diagnosis and management of heartburn. Part of our GI Podcast series. MORE
April 2007

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Prostate Cancer Antigen Testing and Screening
H. Ballentine Carter, M.D., professor of urology at Johns Hopkins discusses prostate specific antigen (PSA) testing and prostate cancer screening.

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Colon Cancer Screening
Francis Giardiello, M.D., professor of gastroenterology at Johns Hopkins, discusses options for colon cancer screening. Part of our GI Podcast series. March 2007

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Lasker Award Winner, Carol Greider
Carol Greider, Ph.D., one of the world’s pioneering researchers on the structure of chromosome ends known as telomeres, awarded to share the 2006 Albert Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research.  MORE

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Kimmel Cancer Center Genetic Code for Breast and Colon Cancers
Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center scientists have completed the first draft of the genetic code for breast and colon cancers.  Their report identifies close to 200 mutated genes, now linked to these cancers, most of which were not previously recognized as associated with tumor initiation, growth, spread or control.   MORE

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Lucentis
Julia Haller, professor of ophthalmology at Johns Hopkins explains why controversy swirls around Lucentis, a new drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of macular degeneration. 

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