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NeuroNow - NeuroNow Fall 2010

NeuroNow Fall 2010

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George Jallo and Edward Ahn say advances in treating pediatric hydrocephalus could lead to avoiding traditional shunts altogether.
A WATERSHED TIME FOR PEDIATRIC HYDROCEPHALUS
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George Jallo and Edward Ahn say advances in treating pediatric hydrocephalus could lead to avoiding traditional shunts altogether.

Articles in this Issue

Cover Story

  • Neurosurgeons have a growing number of options to treat children with hydrocephalus, including antibiotic-impregnated or programmable shunts, or even avoiding shunts completely.

From the Directors

  • We still a long way to go in learning how to fight incurable diseases of the nervous system, but we have already come an amazingly long way.

Movement Disorders

Brain Tumor Research

  • Johns Hopkins' basic and clinical researchers are working together to develop novel ways to treat the deadly brain cancer known as glioblastoma.

Neuroscience and Art

Friends of Research

  • A couple whose daughter has benefited from an experimental treatment for her neurofibromatosis type 2 has given a gift that will help fund a clinical trial of this treatment.

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