Johns Hopkins Health - Fall 2012
Articles in this Issue
Meet the surgical innovators who are finding new ways to navigate and heal the body.
Researchers have discovered that interactive video games may help with the rehabilitation of critically ill patients.
If you’re of childbearing age and recently received a cancer diagnosis, consider your fertility before you undergo cancer treatment.
When Lillie Shockney, R.N., was first diagnosed with breast cancer, one of her first concerns was breaking the news to her 12-year-old daughter.
Sunlight’s skin-damaging ultraviolet radiation is constant year-round. Learn how to protect your children’s skin from the sun all year.
Making MRI possible for people who have implanted cardiac devices.
Surgery to stop excessive perspiration created new opportunities for one man.
An Israeli woman avoided disfigurement, thanks to a team approach to tumor removal.
A revolutionary operation offers hope for chronic pancreatitis sufferers.
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