Judge Considers Motion To Dismiss Lawsuit Against Biotech Company By Henrietta Lacks’ FamilyHenrietta Lacks' cells were used in the development of the polio vaccine, along with treatments for cancer, HIV/AIDS, leukemia and Parkinson’s disease. She died of cancer in 1951.
Baltimore Police Investigate Shooting Death Of Man Dropped Off At HospitalPolice have identified a shooting victim who died after he was dropped off at a Baltimore hospital Monday as 26-year-old Erick Smithrick.
Johns Hopkins Surgeon Shot In Attempted Carjacking In BaltimoreA Johns Hopkins doctor was hospitalized Friday morning after he was shot in an attempted carjacking in Northeast Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Medicine said.
Several JHU-Owned Charles Village Vacant Houses To Be Demolished For Green SpaceSeven Johns Hopkins-owned rowhomes in Charles Village are set for demolition beginning later this month.
'This Is About Genetic Justice': Ben Crump Files Suit Against Thermo Fisher Scientific Over Henrietta Lacks' Stolen CellsCivil rights attorney Ben Crump on Monday announced the filing of a lawsuit against a biotechnology company on behalf of the estate of Henrietta Lacks.
‘If You Don’t, You’ll End Up Killing Yourself’: Maryland Coronavirus Survivor, Once Vaccine-Hesitant, Speaks OutJoy Curbean-Johnson initially did not trust the COVID-19 vaccines. She worried about side effects after a friend had an adverse reaction.
Henrietta Lacks' Family To Sue Pharmaceutical Companies Continuing To Use Her 'HeLa' Cells Without Their PermissionRenowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump announced that he will be representing a Baltimore family in what could be an unprecedented lawsuit.
Maryland Trauma Centers Could Benefit From $2M House Bill For Data RepositoryMaryland's trauma centers and their patients could benefit from nearly $2 million for a data project from research studies included in the Defense Appropriations bill for fiscal year 2022, Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger's office announced Wednesday.
Partnership Between Dunkin Donuts & Johns Hopkins Saves Lives At Children CenterSometimes it takes a great partnership to have a happy ending and the one between Johns Hopkins and Dunkin Donuts just so happens to save a life.
A Medical Miracle: 12 Years After Half Of Her Brain Was Removed, Jessie Hall Shares How It Inspired Her To Help OthersTwelve years ago, Jessie Hall had half of her brain removed at Johns Hopkins Hospital. WJZ's Denise Koch caught up with the teen to find out how that experience is inspiring her future career.
Johns Hopkins To Help Baltimore's Houses Of Worship Reopen SafelyDoctors from Johns Hopkins will help Baltimore's houses of worship learn how to reopen safely.
Clinic At Johns Hopkins Hospital Helping To Treat COVID-19 Patients With Long-Term EffectsCOVID-19 is leaving some people with long-lasting effects. A clinic at Johns Hopkins Hospital is helping to treat patients with Post-COVID Syndrome.
Anita Jones Sentenced To 13 Years In Prison For Fatally Stabbing Estranged Husband Inside Johns Hopkins Hospital RoomThe woman found guilty of fatally stabbing her estranged husband inside a room at Johns Hopkins Hospital was sentenced Thursday to 13 years in prison, the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office said.
This Johns Hopkins Doctor Is Trying Something New To Help Children With EpilepsyAt 2-years-old, Chloe Dela Cruz was a spunky, healthy girl, until she suffered her first seizure. But a new diet from a Johns Hopkins doctor may be helping her.
Johns Hopkins Hospital's Immersive Gaming Room For Stroke Patients Now Helping Workers Destress Amid PandemicJohns Hopkins Hospital is tapping into a new tool to help its healthcare professionals recharge and mentally reboot during this especially taxing COVID-19 season.