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Johns Hopkins Medicine provides a diverse and inclusive environment that fosters intellectual discovery, creates and transmits innovative knowledge, improves human health, and provides medical leadership to the world.
 
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The mission of Johns Hopkins Medicine is to improve the health of the community and the world by setting the standard of excellence in medical education, research and clinical care. Diverse and inclusive, Johns Hopkins Medicine educates medical students, scientists, health care professionals and the public; conducts biomedical research; and provides patient-centered medicine to prevent, diagnose and treat human illness.
 
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Johns Hopkins Medicine is a governing structure for the University’s School of Medicine and the health system, coordinating their research, teaching, patient care, and related enterprises.

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Good sleep is all in your head: Johns Hopkins researchers find that increased brain plasticity in the motor cortex distinguishes poor sleepers from good ones http://ow.ly/MtNcK
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New Autism-Causing Variant Identified: http://ow.ly/Mjdy0
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50 experts leading the field of #patientsafety, featuring our very own Peter Pronovost and Brigitta Mueller http://ow.ly/Mf8Da #ptsafety
has been ranked among the top patient safety experts by Becker's Hospital Review
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Hospitals: Join our #ptsafety project to improve care for ventilated patients. Free webinars on 4/10 and 5/7. #ICUrehab http://ow.ly/Lmk0S
The Armstrong Institute is leading CUSP for Mechanically Ventilated Patients, a three-year national collaborative project that aims to eliminate harms associated with mechanical ventilation.
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Johns Hopkins Community: Have you signed up for the annual National Kidney Foundation walk for the Maryland chapter on April 19, 2015?

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VIDEO: What to know if you're interested in donating a kidney to an immediate family member http://ow.ly/KvB0P
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Using sugar to find cancer: No biopsy needed. A new study suggests MRIs alone could one day replace other imaging tests and biopsies by detecting the absence of certain sugar molecules on the outer membranes of cancerous shells. http://ow.ly/MlYND
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13 Things Not To Say To Someone With A #Migraine http://ow.ly/IiQTe
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A new student-run ‪#‎blog‬, Biomedical Odyssey, will showcase the accomplishments and perspectives of our trainees—the students, postdocs and fellows here at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Subscribe for weekly updates and check it out here: http://ow.ly/K55ie
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Hello,

I am a neuromuscular therapist. I have a client who is a pediatric oncologist. We explore cancer every session. I have 19 years of study in nutrition and one thing we hit on was cancer's ability to turn off the cell's self destruct mechanism and similarly, monosodium glutamate in food turns off the body's switch telling you have had enough, stop eating. For example: when we eat something like chinese food, with MSG, we eat and eat and eat and only stop due to pain from such a full stomach, yet we are still "hungry".

If you can find out how MSG does this, it might lend some insight to how cancer prevents the fuse from blowing.

David Fischer, NMT

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It's an exciting time for research in #MultipleSclerosis http://ow.ly/L2FdF (via @wbaltv11) #MS
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Sorry to post it again, I wish someone will read this, maybe you can provide some help, with bionic technology ????? I know that bionic technology is helping people who has had stroke and become paralyzed. Please help, he lives in India. 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3044130/We-d-dead-suffering-like-say-parents-12-year-old-Indian-boy-neck-stuck-180-degree-angle.html
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Learn how the PaTH Network, a collaboration between Johns Hopkins and several other institutions, is helping conduct medical research that has a real impact on patients. http://ow.ly/L5NLR
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Healed at Hopkins: After being diagnosed with a rare type of bone cancer, Susan traveled from Florida to Johns Hopkins to have it removed by neurosurgeon Jean-Paul Wolinsky. http://ow.ly/KvDGS
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