Physician Update Spring 2013
“You have a chronic disease that could kill you and, oh, by the way, says the doctor, I have a treatment with a 75 percent chance of curing you. Who wouldn’t want to take it?” asks Mark Sulkowski. “A lot of people,” he says, “and that’s been a dilemma in HCV therapy, until now, we think.”
Articles in this Issue
With timely therapy, hepatitis C can be kept from advancing, and researchers are on the cusp of a cure.
Tailored bone marrow transplant coule be it for many.
Head and neck surgeon David Eisele is one of few to offer sialendoscopy, a minimally invasive approach for treating salivary stones.
A new body of clinical research on "bloodless surgery" looks to cement its hold at Johns Hopkins and extend it to more patients.
Surgeon-in-Chief Julie Freischlag specializes in treating thoracic outlet syndrome.