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Prostate Cancer | Bill’s Story

After he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, championship swimmer Bill Shipp came to The Johns Hopkins Hospital seeking a second opinion. Urologist Mohamad Allaf and his team performed a radical prostatectomy on Shipp, clearing his prostate of cancer. Shipp was back in the pool four weeks after surgery, and he has completed several swim marathons after recovery.


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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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Orthopaedic Knee Replacement | Why Did I Wait?

Charlie lived with arthritis pain for years before ultimately deciding to have orthopaedic surgery. He talks about how fear kept him from living his life and how things changed after surgery.

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