Accidental Tuberculosis Release Causes Hazmat Scare At Johns HopkinsBaltimore City Fire has secured Johns Hopkins Hospital after people in one building may have been exposed to tuberculosis during the transfer of a frozen vial between buildings.
Injured Afghanistan Vet Receives 1st Total Penis, Scrotum TransplantThe Johns Hopkins reconstructive surgery team has successfully performed the first total penis and scrotum transplant in the world.
Transformative Technology At Hopkins Allows Boy With Scoliosis To Live Normal LifeA child having to undergo any type of surgery is traumatic. For children with early onset scoliosis, it used to require a surgery every six months to straighten their spine.
UMBC and Johns Hopkins Look to Extend Viability of Organs For TransplantExperts from the University of Maryland, Baltimore and Johns Hopkins University are looking to extend the time that it takes for the heart, lungs, and liver to deteriorate outside the body during a transplant.
Top Leader Of Antigua, Barbuda Hopeful Hopkins Can Lend Helpful Hand After IrmaWeeks after Hurricane Irma devastated the nation of Antigua and Barbuda, one of their top leaders was in Baltimore discussing the damage.
Local Group Helps Johns Hopkins Patients Battle Gynecologic CancerHearing you have cancer is heart breaking. The group called Kelly's Angels works to help women battling cancer and it comes ahead of the Johns Hopkins Gynecologic Cancer Survivorship Conerence later this month.
Johns Hopkins Professor To Release Book On Baltimore's Steep HistoryMatthew Crenson's "Baltimore: a Political History" takes readers through a past that surprises. The book is drawn largely from City Archives.
Man Robbed Walking Near Campus Of Johns HopkinsA man was robbed by three suspects early Saturday morning near the campus of John Hopkins, according to campus police.
Some Ask Where Checks Are In Gynecologist Recording CaseHundreds of former patients of a Johns Hopkins gynecologist accused of secretly recording pelvic exams want to know when they will receive their share of a $190 million settlement.
Patients Getting Checks Soon In Gynecologist Recording CaseMore than 8,000 patients of a Hopkins gynecologist accused of secretly recording pelvic exams will soon receive their share of $190 million.
Hopkins Researchers: Allow Place for Addicts to do DrugsResearchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health recommend that Baltimore turn to an unorthodox way of dealing with its heroin epidemic by opening two facilities that provide people a safe place to do drugs.
Johns Hopkins Testing Drones To Assist With Providing Health CareResearchers at Johns Hopkins hospital think they've found a way to link drones with medical care. Alex Demetrick reports, it's cool in more ways than one.