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Keeping Up with the Complications

Second verse, same as the first…

Just like the first round of chemo, the waiting while my counts recovered was the most “exciting” part of my time in the hospital. 1,206 more words

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The Numbers Game

At 19-years-old I was on the cusp of full-blown adulthood, something I’d been looking forward to for as long as I can remember. My whole life had been spent looking ahead, counting down the days until the next big milestone that came with getting older. 711 more words

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Growing the Guard

A Campaign from the Defense Policy Front Lines

(Note: This post originally appeared on the Johns Hopkins University Communication Career Blog in 2014).

By Will Martin… 653 more words


Recap and Photos from Hopkins in Hollywood

Over 75 alumni, students, and faculty from Johns Hopkins got together on January 12, 2017 for a networking mixer and panel discussion relating to the entertainment and media business. 574 more words

Entertainment Industry

A Fix for Gender Bias in Health Care? Check.

JAN. 11, 2017  New York Times Opinion Page

When Dr. Elliott Haut and his team at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore designed their blood clot prevention protocol back in 2006, they didn’t expect to discover systemic gender bias. 1,492 more words

Still Months Away from a Neurologist

When my neurologist left Johns Hopkins, I was distraught at the fact that I had to find a new one. I knew it would take time. 269 more words

Chronic Illness

Johns Hopkins Testing Drones To Assist With Providing Health Care

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Researchers at Johns Hopkins hospital think they’ve found a way to link drones with medical care. Alex Demetrick reports, it’s cool in more ways than one. 230 more words