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Collaboration Is an Anchor of Johns Hopkins Research
Gastroenterologist Anne Marie Lennon and research colleagues draw closer to a formula for determining which pancreatic cysts need surgery. Plus, Johns Hopkins researchers learn how many types of cancers can be discovered with a simple blood test.
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Biofilm Holds Clues to Colon Cancer
Johns Hopkins researchers explore the link between the bacteria stuck to the surface of the colon and cancer.
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New, Endoscopic Approaches to Weight Loss
Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty and gastric balloons are among treatments offering middle ground between traditional bariatric surgery and medical weight loss.
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Video: The New Era of Digital Cholangioscopy
Mouen Khashab, who specializes in therapeutic endoscopy at Johns Hopkins, discusses the new era of cholangioscopy, including when it is used, how it differs from the past and the advantages of using it over other therapies.
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Johns Hopkins Pancreas Surgeons Perform 500-Plus Operations Last Year
The Whipple procedure was dramatically refined by surgical innovator John Cameron at Johns Hopkins. His trainees and others continue the legacy.
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