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hopkins gets nod on hiv organ transplant

hopkins gets nod on hiv organ transplant

Johns Hopkins University has been granted approval from the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) to be the first hospital in the country to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants. A monumental step in the right direction this ... HCPLive, 4 days ago

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Scientists create mini-brains to study neurological diseases

WASHINGTON, Feb. 12 (UPI) -- Scientists at Johns Hopkins University have developed tiny mini-brains they say will be more useful than animal brains for research on neurological disease. The mini-brains are barely visible to the naked eye and are ...
 UPI1 day ago Newly developed mini-brains to prove useful for research on neurological diseases  MyInforms19 hours ago More scientists using mini brains in research  MyInforms1 day ago John Hopkins University Researchers Created Mini Brains  MyInforms13 hours ago

First Hospital Approved to Perform Organ Transplants From HIV Positive Donors

The hospital at Johns Hopkins University became the first institution in the country to receive approval to conduct organ transplants from HIV positive donors to HIV positive patients, the university said this week . This is an unbelievably ...
 Time2 days ago John Hopkins To Become First U.S. Hospital To Perform Organ Transplants Between HIV Positive Donors And Recipients  Inquisitr2 days ago
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Study: Some Weight Loss Centers Don't Follow Medical Guidelines

A new study from researchers at Johns Hopkins University finds that some weight loss centers may not be following medical standards for weight loss. The study, published Wednesday in the journal Obesity, found that the programs in question may not ...
 ABC News2 days ago WEIGHT WATCHERS : Johns Hopkins - The New Health 'Desert'? Reliable Weight Loss Programs Hard to Find  4 Traders2 days ago The new health 'desert'? Reliable weight loss programs hard to find 11 Feb 2016  Medical News Today2 days ago Weight-Loss Programs Fail to Meet Professional Standards: Study  MyInforms1 day ago

Gastroenvironmental distress: metaphorical antecedents of the gut microbiome

1 , Amisha Ahuja 2 1 Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology , Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine , Baltimore, Maryland , USA 2 Cooper Medical School of Rowan University , Camden, New Jersey , USA Correspondence to Dr Nitin K ...
 Medical Humanities5 days ago

In a First, Retinal Nerve Cells Grown in Lab

Researchers from Johns Hopkins University have developed a method to efficiently turn human stem cells into retinal nerve cells that transmit visual signals from the eye to the brain. Death and dysfunction of these cells cause vision loss in conditions like ...
 NDTV2 months ago

Why Dark Chocolate Melts in Your Mouth, Not in Your Hand

Credit: Will Kirk/Johns Hopkins University. We all know what happens when a chocolate bar sits inside of a backpack on a really hot day: it melts, and even if it resolidifies, it will never quite look the same. But what if you could tailor your ...
 Gizmodo1 day ago
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Gene signature could lead to a new way of diagnosing Lyme

Source : University of California - San Francisco Researchers at UC San Francisco and Johns Hopkins may have found a new way to diagnose Lyme disease, based on a distinctive gene "signature" they discovered in white blood cells of patients ...
 Biocompare1 day ago Distinctive gene 'signature' may lead to new way to diagnose Lyme disease  News-Medical.Net1 day ago Gene Signature Could Lead to New Way of Diagnosing Lyme  Medical Design Technology1 day ago

How app helped rural Indian women use modern contraceptives

Washington, Jan 29: A unique smartphone app developed by an Indian-American researcher from the Johns Hopkins University has helped married rural women in India better understand contraceptive choices, leading to a dramatic increase in women using modern ...
 One India2 weeks ago

Scientists Discover that Our Brain Hinders Efforts to Break Bad Habits

According to new research from Johns Hopkins University, the memory of something much sweeter always lingers in the brain and this is why it is always difficult to break bad habits. We don't realize our past experience biases our attention to ...
 TheHeraldng22 hours ago Johns Hopkins study finds: Our brain sabotages all efforts at breaking bad habits  Sott.net12 hours ago
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