The lack of access to modern medical equipment in developing counties results in the deaths of millions of people. Grad students at Hopkins are on a path to change that.
What do you do with expired or unneeded prescription drugs? That’s the question millions of Americans answered Saturday by showing up at more than 5,000 sites across the country.
There are new drugs in the battle against cancer, if you can afford them. Some people who can’t are dying.
Johns Hopkins says its new $1.1 billion patient care building is one of the nation’s largest hospital construction projects.
Jim Thomas’ commute to work consists of a short walk across his lawn, past the tree house he made years ago for his son that he’s transforming into a meditation area, up a small stone path and into a new studio that welcomes visitors with the sounds of calming music and a “soothing fountain.”
The U.S. Attorney’s Office says a Maryland oncologist has pleaded guilty to importing unapproved, cheaper foreign drugs.
The son of a doctor who’s been scrutinized for therapy given to autistic children is accused of practicing medicine alongside his father without a license.
Avoiding overdoses. The FDA has agreed to major changes to some popular over-the-counter children’s pain relievers.
The president and CEO of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has announced plans to retire next year.
All around the country, people were properly throwing out their unused prescription drugs.
The Drug Enforcement Administration wants to help people clean up their medicine cabinets.
The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the first new drug to treat lupus in over 50 years, a milestone that medical experts say could prompt development of other drugs that are even more effective in treating the debilitating immune system disorder.