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  • Lyme testing gets fast and easy

    Medscape - Paul Auwaerter, an infectious-disease expert at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, discusses a modified two-tier approach to Lyme testing, which was recently approved by the FDA. It relies on two easy-to-run tests and offers several advantages over the current standard, he says.

  • Project enables pediatric patients to visit National Aquarium, Baltimore museums through telepresence robotics

    WJZ-TV - When a child has an extended stay in the hospital, [he or she] can feel very isolated and lonely. Now, a Johns Hopkins medical student [Galen Chi] has come up with a new idea; use a “telepresence robot” to allow sick children to tour the National Aquarium and the Science Center.


2019 Science Writers' Boot Camp
Mysteries of the Mind - Understanding Mental Health and Addiction
Monday, June 10, 2019
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