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Fall 2012

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Hopkins Medicine Magazine Fall 2012 - Cover
illustration by James Steinberg

Articles in this Issue

Features

  • Cells on a seemingly one-way road to dying have come back from the brink—raising tantalizing treatment possibilities for everything from heart attacks to cancer.
  • In his quest to find answers to his daughter’s genetic condition, Hugh Rienhoff ’82 has gone “rogue.”
  • Palliative care advocates are taking hospice strategies and pushing them “upstream” - to aid patients throughout the course of a serious illness.
  • Paul McHugh and colleagues are on a crusade to radically rethink the manual that has come to define psychiatry.

Circling the Dome

Alpha Docs

Medical Rounds

Hopkins Reader

Class Notes

In Memoriam

Annals of Hopkins

Learning Curve

  • After a decade of reflection, it's time to move on.

Post-Op

  • Toward honoring the traditions that have flourished here - and helping them expand.

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