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'Mini Intestines' May Hold Promise for Patients with Diarrheal Disease
Using enteroids grown from patient biopsies and surgical samples, Johns Hopkins gastroenterologists are studying the way diarrheal diseases such as cholera attack their hosts.
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DNA and Protein 'Liquid Biopsy' Finds Tumors Faster
Testing blood for protein biomarkers and tumor-specific mutated DNA yields more accurate detection of early-stage pancreatic cancer than searching for DNA alone.
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Video: A Novel Approach to Treatment of Zenker's Diverticulum
Watch as Mouen Khashab—director of therapeutic endoscopy—demonstrates the procedure known as Z-POEM, or Zenker's peroral endoscopic myotomy.
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After Hepatitis C Is Cured
Hepatologist Tinsay Woreta and colleagues study the progression of liver fibrosis in patients who have been cleared of the hepatitis C infection.
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Changing the Way Patients with Obesity Think About Eating
In addition to endoscopic outpatient procedures mimicking the effects of bariatric surgery, the Johns Hopkins Digestive Weight Loss Center offers programs to help patients shift perceptions around lifestyle and nutrition.
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