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Winter 2013

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Hopkins Medicine 2013
HOPKINS MEDICINE WINTER 2013
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First, Do No Harm
Zeroing in to improve diagnostic accuracy and avoid medical errors
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Eschewing the Fat
Good health by example
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BAD BUGS
Havoc in the colon
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IS THERE A DOCTOR
IN THE HOUSE?
Meet 10 sibling MDs

Articles in this Issue

Features

  • In her hunt for clues to colon cancer, Cynthia Sears has fingered a toxin-producing bacteria ringleader that may well be recruiting other bacteria henchmen to help.
  • Growing up in Mississippi, David Guyton and his nine siblings had no idea they'd become the next generation of an extraordinatry medical dynasty.
  • From reducing alarm fatigue to putting family on the menu of care, Hopkins researchers are finding new ways to prevent medical errors.

Annals of Hopkins

  • Fear, secrecy-and compassion-ruled the day when AIDS exploded on the medical scene three decades ago.

Circling the Dome

Alpha Docs

Medical Rounds

Hopkins Reader

  • The Whole Life Prostate Book: Everything That Every Man-at Every Age-Needs to Know About Maintaining Optimal Prostate Health and Transylvanian Dinosaurs.
  • Despite its power for preventing death, the "miracle" vitamin continues to face obstacles.

Second Opinion

  • Today's disease advocacy makes it harder than ever for less "deserving" diseases to get funding.

Post-Op

  • Putting patients and families first is key to addressing issues of patient safety.

Class Notes

Obituaries

Letters

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