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Tackling Severe Sinus Disease with a Multidisciplinary Approach

After 17 surgeries for his severe sinus disease, Rex came to Johns Hopkins where surgeons Jean Kim and Kofi Boahene devised a complex surgical plan to eliminate his infection.


The Promise of Medicine: Stories of Innovation, Collaboration and Hope

Transforming Lyme Disease Research

Established in the spring of 2015, the Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Research Center is the first research center in a major department of medicine in the United States focused on patient-based research in all aspects of Lyme disease.

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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. After a failed surgery and months of chemotherapy, Klase and her family sought a second opinion from surgeon Matthew Weiss.

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