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The Globe and Mail
A TRIUMF for art and science at the home of particle and nuclear physicsArt is colliding with science inside Canada’s home for particle and nuclear phy
A TRIUMF for art and science at the home of particle and nuclear physics
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 minutes ago
Art is colliding with science inside Canada’s home for particle and nuclear physics. The artist-in-residence program at TRIUMF in Vancouver is bridging the divide between the two disciplines, allowing artists to interpret science, while bringing... Read more
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The Washington Times
JOHN GIZZI: How Spiro Agnew shaped Republican rhetoricSpiro Agnew today is what he characterized himself as in 1968. Richard Nixon ta
JOHN GIZZI: How Spiro Agnew shaped Republican rhetoric
The Washington Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
Spiro Agnew today is what he characterized himself as in 1968. Richard Nixon tapped the unknown governor of Maryland to be his Republican vice presidential running mate: “not exactly a household word.” Forty-three years have passed since “Ted”... Read more
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Deseret News
Elder Oaks speaks at Johns Hopkins: Religious freedom essential for free, prosperous societyWASHINGTON, D.C. There is growing global recognition of the need for engagemen
Elder Oaks speaks at Johns Hopkins: Religious freedom essential for free, prosperous society
Deseret News / Posted 53 minutes ago
WASHINGTON, D.C. There is growing global recognition of the need for engagement with and understanding of religion — and protecting religious freedom. That was the message delivered by Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in... Read more
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York Daily Record
Penn State sets kickoff for Blue-White GamePenn State's 2016 Blue-White Game will kick off at 2 p.m. April 16, the univers
Penn State sets kickoff for Blue-White Game
York Daily Record / Posted 2 hours ago
Penn State's 2016 Blue-White Game will kick off at 2 p.m. April 16, the university announced Tuesday. The game will not be televised live. The game is the focal point of a full weekend of spring activities. Other events include women’s tennis vs.... Read more
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examiner.com
Audiotopsy to rock with Drowning PoolOn Friday, Feb. 12th, Audiotopsy and Drowning Pool will play at the Diesel Conc
Audiotopsy to rock with Drowning Pool
examiner.com / Posted 2 hours ago
On Friday, Feb. 12th, Audiotopsy and Drowning Pool will play at the Diesel Concert Lounge in Chesterfield, MI. Audiotopsy is almost Frankenstein-like, being a supergroup with monstrous riffs that commands attention: Skrape lead singer Billy Keeton... Read more
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Popular Science Australia
Chocolate Like You've Never Seen It: Magnified 5,000 TimesAt Johns Hopkins University, a materials science class took confectionery love
Chocolate Like You've Never Seen It: Magnified 5,000 Times
Popular Science Australia / Posted 3 hours ago
At Johns Hopkins University, a materials science class took confectionery love to a new level. A microscopic level, that is. With a scanning electron microscope, students zoomed in at magnifications of 400 to 5,000 times and gazed upon an alien world... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Robert C. Cammarata II, longtime Hopkins professor, diesRobert C. Cammarata II, a professor of materials science and engineering at the
Robert C. Cammarata II, longtime Hopkins professor, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
Robert C. Cammarata II, a professor of materials science and engineering at the Johns Hopkins University, who had also served as department chairman, died Jan. 13 of cancer at his Columbia home. He was 58. "Bob was the best colleague I could ever... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Tyler White a force in net for Towson lacrosseCorning East graduate set for final season at Towson after earning All-America
Tyler White a force in net for Towson lacrosse
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 3 hours ago
Corning East graduate set for final season at Towson after earning All-America honors as a junior. Tyler White has great perspective when it comes to playing a position in which even the best players see a bunch of shots blast by and settle into the... Read more
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The Daily Record
Sarah Abell | BUSINESS VOLUNTEERS MD.Sarah Abell has joined Business Volunteers Maryland as director of programs and
Sarah Abell | BUSINESS VOLUNTEERS MD.
The Daily Record / Posted 4 hours ago
Sarah Abell has joined Business Volunteers Maryland as director of programs and services. Abell is a Michigan native who came to Baltimore in 2006 as a Teach For America corps member. She has worked with Baltimore City Public Schools, Johns Hopkins... Read more
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The Daily Record
Sarah Abell | BUSINESS VOLUNTEERS MD.Sarah Abell has joined Business Volunteers Maryland as director of programs and
Sarah Abell | BUSINESS VOLUNTEERS MD.
The Daily Record / Posted 4 hours ago
Sarah Abell has joined Business Volunteers Maryland as director of programs and services. Abell is a Michigan native who came to Baltimore in 2006 as a Teach For America corps member. She has worked with Baltimore City Public Schools, Johns Hopkins... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns HopkinsDENVER, Colo. - The nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ donation
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns Hopkins
KIVI Boise / Posted 4 hours ago
DENVER, Colo. - The nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ donation will take place at Johns Hopkins University. Until the HOPE Act passed in 2013, doctors could not use HIV-positive organs, even to help HIV-patients. The National... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns HopkinsA medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns Hopkins
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 5 hours ago
A medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set to be performed for the first time in America. Johns Hopkins University has been approved to perform America’s first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ donation. Up... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns HopkinsA medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns Hopkins
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 5 hours ago
A medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set to be performed for the first time in America. Johns Hopkins University has been approved to perform America’s first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ donation. Up... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns HopkinsA medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns Hopkins
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 5 hours ago
A medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set to be performed for the first time in America. Johns Hopkins University has been approved to perform America’s first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ donation. Up... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Machine Understanding as the future of ComputingWednesday, 10 February 2016, 9:32 amPress Release: Multicore WorldWellington to
Machine Understanding as the future of Computing
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 hours ago
Wednesday, 10 February 2016, 9:32 amPress Release: Multicore WorldWellington to Host International Conference on Advanced Computing technologies.A number... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns HopkinsA medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns Hopkins
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 5 hours ago
A medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set to be performed for the first time in America. Johns Hopkins University has been approved to perform America’s first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ donation. Up... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns HopkinsA medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns Hopkins
KIVI Boise / Posted 5 hours ago
A medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set to be performed for the first time in America. Johns Hopkins University has been approved to perform America’s first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ donation. Up... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns HopkinsA medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns Hopkins
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 5 hours ago
A medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set to be performed for the first time in America. Johns Hopkins University has been approved to perform America’s first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ donation. Up... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns HopkinsA medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set
Nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive transplant to be performed at Johns Hopkins
KGTV San Diego / Posted 5 hours ago
A medical procedure that could one day save thousands of lives each year is set to be performed for the first time in America. Johns Hopkins University has been approved to perform America’s first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ donation. Up... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Taste deficits appear to be more prevalent in MS patientsTaste deficits appear to be more prevalent among multiple sclerosis (MS) patien
Taste deficits appear to be more prevalent in MS patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 7 hours ago
Taste deficits appear to be more prevalent among multiple sclerosis (MS) patients than previously reported and correlate with brain lesions left by the debilitating disease, a new study from the University of Pennsylvania's Smell and Taste Center and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Guns, drugs and cars: Why Americans die youngerThe average American will die as many as two years sooner than if they lived in
Guns, drugs and cars: Why Americans die younger
Canberra Times / Posted 7 hours ago
The average American will die as many as two years sooner than if they lived in Western Europe or Japan. This can be attributed, in part, to three of the darker elements of life in the US: gun violence, drug overdoses and the country's road death... Read more
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FOX 8 Cleveland
Catch up on today’s headlines with Fox 8 Lunch Break!Did you miss today’s big headlines? Have lunch with Fox 8! Fox 8 News will pro
Catch up on today’s headlines with Fox 8 Lunch Break!
FOX 8 Cleveland / Posted 8 hours ago
Did you miss today’s big headlines? Have lunch with Fox 8! Fox 8 News will provide you a quick look at all the big stories of the day each day during lunch time. Check in during your break to get caught up on everything you need to know. TODAY’S... Read more
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Newser
We Used to Have to Throw Away Organs From HIV-Positive Patients. Not AnymoreJohns Hopkins Gets OK to Do HIV-Positive Organ Transplants Read Less, Know Mor
We Used to Have to Throw Away Organs From HIV-Positive Patients. Not Anymore
Newser / Posted 8 hours ago
Johns Hopkins Gets OK to Do HIV-Positive Organ Transplants Read Less, Know More on Facebook and Twitter Get the 8@8: The eight stories you need to know, bright and early. US Hospital Gets OK for HIV-Positive Organ Transplants Johns Hopkins will... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Vaccinations could have significant economic valueVaccinations, long recognized as an excellent investment that saves lives and p
Vaccinations could have significant economic value
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 hours ago
Vaccinations, long recognized as an excellent investment that saves lives and prevents illness, could have significant economic value that far exceeds their original cost, a new study from researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Guns, drugs and cars: Why Americans die youngerThe average American will die as many as two years sooner than if they lived in
Guns, drugs and cars: Why Americans die younger
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 hours ago
The average American will die as many as two years sooner than if they lived in Western Europe or Japan. This can be attributed, in part, to three of the darker elements of life in the US: gun violence, drug overdoses and the country's road death... Read more
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The Age
Guns, drugs and cars: Why Americans die youngerThe average American will die as many as two years sooner than if they lived in
Guns, drugs and cars: Why Americans die younger
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
The average American will die as many as two years sooner than if they lived in Western Europe or Japan. This can be attributed, in part, to three of the darker elements of life in the US: gun violence, drug overdoses and the country's road death... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Guns, drugs and cars: Why Americans die youngerThe average American will die as many as two years sooner than if they lived in
Guns, drugs and cars: Why Americans die younger
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
The average American will die as many as two years sooner than if they lived in Western Europe or Japan. This can be attributed, in part, to three of the darker elements of life in the US: gun violence, drug overdoses and the country's road death... Read more
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WA Today
Guns, drugs and cars: Why Americans die youngerThe average American will die as many as two years sooner than if they lived in
Guns, drugs and cars: Why Americans die younger
WA Today / Posted 9 hours ago
The average American will die as many as two years sooner than if they lived in Western Europe or Japan. This can be attributed, in part, to three of the darker elements of life in the US: gun violence, drug overdoses and the country's road death... Read more
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GoPSUsports.com
Blue-White Game Set to Kick at 2 p.m. on April 16Intrasquad scrimmage is the keystone to a full weekend of athletics events Apri
Blue-White Game Set to Kick at 2 p.m. on April 16
GoPSUsports.com / Posted 9 hours ago
Intrasquad scrimmage is the keystone to a full weekend of athletics events April 15-17 Feb. 9, 2016UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. - The culmination of Penn State football's spring practices is the Blue-White... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Johns Hopkins Approved to Perform HIV-Positive to HIV-Positive Organ Transplants(CNN) — It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000
Johns Hopkins Approved to Perform HIV-Positive to HIV-Positive Organ Transplants
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 10 hours ago
(CNN) — It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the okay to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive organ transplants Published: February 9, 2016 11:00 AM BALTIMORE (AP) -- Johns Hopkins Medicine
Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 10 hours ago
Published: February 9, 2016 11:00 AM BALTIMORE (AP) -- Johns Hopkins Medicine has recently received approval to perform organ transplants between HIV-positive donors and recipients. The... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Johns Hopkins approved to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplantsDorry Segev, associate professor of surgery at the Johns Hopkins University Sch
Johns Hopkins approved to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 10 hours ago
Dorry Segev, associate professor of surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. (CNN) — It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins... Read more
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New University
The Crossroads of Race, Politics and Medicine at UCIBy Michelle Turken Professors, students and community members converged for a
The Crossroads of Race, Politics and Medicine at UCI
New University / Posted 11 hours ago
By Michelle Turken Professors, students and community members converged for a day of history, poetry and philosophical debate at the ‘Slavery at the Crossroads of Medical Knowledge and Science: New Perspectives’ conference, held on Thursday,... Read more
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FOX News
A racial gap in kidney transplants closes but work remainsA racial gap in kidney transplants appears to have closed, a 13-year study foun
A racial gap in kidney transplants closes but work remains
FOX News / Posted 12 hours ago
A racial gap in kidney transplants appears to have closed, a 13-year study found. Rates of such transplants among white patients used to far surpass those in blacks, but U.S. data on nearly 200,000 end-stage kidney disease patients shows that... Read more
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FOX News
Johns Hopkins to be first US hospital to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplantsJohns Hopkins Hospital has been approved as the first in the nation to undertak
Johns Hopkins to be first US hospital to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants
FOX News / Posted 12 hours ago
Johns Hopkins Hospital has been approved as the first in the nation to undertake an HIV-positive kidney transplant and the first in the world to perform an HIV-positive liver transplant, Johns Hopkins University announced on Monday. "This is an... Read more
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Orange County Register
An icky new hero: Roach-like robots may help in disastersWASHINGTON – When buildings collapse in future disasters, the hero helping resc
An icky new hero: Roach-like robots may help in disasters
Orange County Register / Posted 12 hours ago
WASHINGTON – When buildings collapse in future disasters, the hero helping rescue trapped people may be a robotic cockroach. Repulsive as they may be, roaches have the remarkable ability to squish their bodies down to one quarter their normal size,... Read more
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CNN
Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplantsSegev estimates the number of HIV-positive would-be organ donors in the United
Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants
CNN / Posted 14 hours ago
Segev estimates the number of HIV-positive would-be organ donors in the United States at 500-600 annually. Their organs could save more than 1,000 people. A study by the University of Pennsylvania put the number of potential HIV-positive donors at... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 16 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 16 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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KSPR Springfield
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
KSPR Springfield / Posted 16 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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News 8000
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
News 8000 / Posted 16 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 16 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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KSBW Salinas
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
KSBW Salinas / Posted 17 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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KCBA FOX 35 Salinas
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
KCBA FOX 35 Salinas / Posted 17 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 17 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 17 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 17 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants | Health - Home Approval could save thousands of lives each year, docs say I
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
KTVZ Bend / Posted 17 hours ago
| Health - Home Approval could save thousands of lives each year, docs say It could mean the difference between life and death for more than... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 17 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsIt could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people
Hospital approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 17 hours ago
It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have been given the OK to become the first hospital in the country to perform... Read more
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