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When Nicolas was in his mid-40s, he and his wife decided to schedule general checkups for themselves. It was only as the doctor was leaving the exam room that Nicolas asked about some symptoms he was having.
In an age of technological distractions and financial pressures, the Aliki Initiative is breaking new ground in patient care by training young doctors in an old practice: getting to know patients as people.
A Johns Hopkins expert explains how recent medical breakthroughs have changed who is eligible to receive lifesaving liver transplant surgery.