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Liver Cancer | Thelma’s Story

Eight months after undergoing surgery for colon cancer, Delaware resident Thelma Klase was diagnosed with a large liver tumor, thought to be metastatic colon cancer. After a failed surgery and months of chemotherapy, Klase and her family sought a second opinion from surgeon Matthew Weiss.


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Johns Hopkins Spine Surgery

Whether you are exploring spine surgery as a treatment option, already have a referral or are looking for a second (or third) opinion, Johns Hopkins spine specialists can help.

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Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer | Charlie's Story

Enrolled in the Active Surveillance program for prostate cancer at Johns Hopkins, Charlie Cronheim has been living with very low risk prostate cancer for 10 years without any surgical intervention.

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