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HeadWay - HeadWay Winter 2014
HeadWay Winter 2014
Sandra Lin and her colleagues’ research suggests that sublingual therapy can be a viable alternative to allergy shots.
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Allergy drops may be a less painful alternative for people who are unable to comply with allergy shots.
Whether given by injection or orally, medication to restore hearing must be administered as soon as possible, say Johns Hopkins experts.
Removing the thyroid can dramatically change the voice. For professional singers and others who depend for a living on the quality of their vocalizations, finding the right surgeon is critical.
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A highly trained team of specialists responds whenever a patient at The Johns Hopkins Hospital needs a breathing tube that won't easily enter the throat. Their expertise has saved countless lives.
How practicing near the National Institutes of Health allows Johns Hopkins otolaryngology-head and neck specialists to maximize patients' access to clinically relevant research protocols.