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Biliary Atresia | Alicia’s Story

Alicia was diagnosed with biliary atresia at 3 weeks old. The family flew from Nairobi to Baltimore to get additional care for Alicia at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Alicia became the youngest living donor transplant recipient at Johns Hopkins and, possibly, in the country.


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Johns Hopkins School of Medicine | What Was Your Most Memorable Moment?

We asked returning alumni and friends what their most memorable moment was at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, as part of the School's 125th anniversary.

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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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