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Transformative Technology At Hopkins Allows Boy With Scoliosis To Live Normal Life

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– A child having to undergo any type of surgery is traumatic. For children with early onset scoliosis, it used to require a surgery every six months to straighten their spine. 340 more words

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J. Michael Boardman, PhD

Title: Mathematician, Professor Emeritus
Company: Johns Hopkins University
Location: Baltimore, Maryland, United States

J. Michael Boardman, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Johns Hopkins University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Mathematics.

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The Hidden Drug

In the last several weeks I have been in and out of a frustrating cycle with my seizures. Just when it seemed that things had calmed down, and I was no longer struggling with my body, another cycle would start. 1,348 more words

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#2 Starter: Sean McCracken, Charlottesville

In these pages, we tend to focus on what happens on the field. However, the players who come to the Valley League each summer are much more than just baseball players (we hope); they are college student-athletes who are developing as people as well. 301 more words

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Study Sets New Distance Record for Medical Drone Transport

Johns Hopkins researchers have set a new delivery distance record for medical drones, successfully transporting human blood samples across 161 miles of Arizona desert. Throughout the three-hour flight, they report, the on-board payload system maintained temperature control, ensuring the samples were viable for laboratory analysis after landing. 50 more words

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Father Of Nine Killed By Wife At Johns Hopkins Hospital

It’s pretty rare that a murder takes place at one of the nation’s top hospitals but that’s the reality for one man, a father of nine, who was killed this week in a bizarre murder while one of his sons was being treated at the same hospital. 424 more words

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UMBC and Johns Hopkins Look to Extend Viability of Organs For Transplant

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Experts from the University of Maryland, Baltimore and Johns Hopkins University are looking to extend the time that it takes for the heart, lungs, and liver to deteriorate outside the body during a transplant. 220 more words

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