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Could testosterone be the key to curing prostate cancer?

About one man in seven will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. According to the American Cancer Society’s estimates for prostate cancer in for 2016, about 180,890 new cases of prostate cancer will have been diagnosed this year, and about 26,120 men will have died. 383 more words

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What You Need to Know About Magic Mushrooms and Depression

Tripping on magic mushrooms may come with some mental health benefits. On Thursday, two separate studies found impressive effects of the psychedelic drug psilocybin on people with cancer. 451 more words

Just One Dose of This Psychedelic Drug Can Ease Anxiety

Cancer is a brutal disease on both the body and mind. Not only do treatments like chemotherapy take a massive toll, but the emotional side effects can be hard to bear. 820 more words

Transplant Titan. Renaissance Man.

The Fall 2016 issue of Hopkins Medicine calls him the “Transplant Titan.” We just call him Dorry, and he’s leading a dynamic and life-saving campaign to make organs available to those who need them.

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A Virtual Space for Children with Liver Disease and Their Families

ERGOT’s Douglas Mogul, MD MPH led a team to create the new Facebook application: Liver Space. Mogul wanted to create a community that connected pediatric liver disease patients and their families and provided them with useful information. 43 more words

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Sexual Assault Reported On Johns Hopkins Campus

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Police are investigating a report of a sexual assault at Johns Hopkins University.

A female student told police she was assaulted by three men while walking home Tuesday on the Homewood campus. 31 more words

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