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July/August 2016

The Road to HOPE: HIV and AIDS Timeline

Key moments in HIV and AIDS progress at Johns Hopkins and around the world

July/August 2016

The Road to HOPE: Redoubling Efforts to Extend Life

Transplant surgeon Dorry Segev pushed to repeal a federal law banning transplants of HIV-positive organs.

July/August 2016

The Complicated Legacy of Henrietta Lacks

Baltimore high school students learn about HeLa cells, ethics and opportunities.

July/August 2016

Rating Hospital Rankings

Different measurements and results can confuse consumers.

July/August 2016

Queen of Kids’ Chess is Johns Hopkins Doc

GI's Linda Lee started Baltimore Kids Chess League 13 years ago.

July/August 2016

Q-and-A with Redonda G. Miller

The 11th president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital shares her favorite Johns Hopkins memory and discusses her plans for the hospital’s future.

July/August 2016

Dancing with the Hopkins Stars

Fancy footwork captivates viewers at United Way fundraiser.

July/August 2016

Why You Need to Know About Cytomegalovirus

Exposure to CMV infection during pregnancy could lead to hearing loss and learning disabilities in children.

July/August 2016

Who/What: July/August 2016

Theodore DeWeese, M.D., professor and director of the Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences, is among the featured employees in July/August.

July/August 2016

What Johns Hopkins is Doing About Zika Virus

Researchers are learning more about the disease and its potential effects.

Chief Perspectives

July/August 2016

Change of Attire

Welcoming the new president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Picture This

July/August 2016

Rainbow Connection

Join Hopkins colleagues at Baltimore’s 41st Pride Parade on July 23.

Questions, Comments or Story Suggestions?

Please contact Linell Smith, Editor, at lsmit103@jhmi.edu.

 

 

Insight

Tapping Innovative Solutions and Technology at Johns Hopkins Medicine

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