Johns Hopkins researchers have developed a noninvasive blood test that detects proteins and gene mutations from eight common cancers. The test, called CancerSEEK, screens for cancers that account for more than 60 percent of U.S. cancer deaths.
Vikesh Singh, director of the Johns Hopkins Hopkins Pancreatitits Center, says chronic pancreatitis is overdiagnosed. He and his colleagues work on abdominal pain treatments that avoid opioids and address the complexity of the body and brain’s circuitry.
Watch as Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist Kathy Bull-Henry discusses double balloon enteroscopy, which can be performed via the upper or lower GI tract—or both in combination—for deep exploration of the small bowel.
Johns Hopkins Heartburn Center is among few in region to offer transoral incisionless fundoplication—a minimally invasive, endoscopic procedure offering faster recovery time and improved outcomes for certain patients.
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