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Novel Blood Test May Detect Cancer

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center are developing a new machine learning blood test that detects […]

Stress Busters: 4 Integrative Treatments

Chronic stress contributes to a range of health problems in both sexes, including mental health disorders, heart disease […]

Mammogram Age Guidelines: What You Need to Know

Annual mammograms are the best way to detect breast cancer early, when treatment is most effective. Yet changing […]

Transcription Factors Contribute to Subtypes of Colorectal Cancers

New research in colorectal cancers directed by investigators at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center suggests that expression […]

Johns Hopkins Hepatologists Detect Liver Cancer in Urine Test

A Johns Hopkins hepatologist and a team of colleagues have developed a new screening test for liver cancer […]

Johns Hopkins Surgeons Pioneer Combination of Procedures for Patients with Advanced Colorectal Cancer

Surgeons at The Johns Hopkins Hospital have performed — among the first time in the U.S. and the […]

How to Make a Healthy Smoothie

Smoothies are popular for good reason. Whirling healthy, whole ingredients together in a blender can give you great […]

Scientists Design a Nanoparticle That May Improve mRNA Cancer Vaccines

Johns Hopkins Medicine scientists have developed a nanoparticle — an extremely tiny biodegradable container — that has the […]

Black, Hispanic Survivors of Breast Cancer Have Higher Death Rates from Second Cancers

A recent study from the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center found that Hispanic and non-Hispanic Black female survivors […]

New Biopsy Test Predicts Early Disease Progression and Potential Survival in Patients with Advanced Breast Cancer

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have developed a new liquid biopsy test that can be […]

Summer Skin Safety

As you head outside for summer fun, our Work Stride Nurse Navigator shares tips for recognizing melanoma and […]

Study Shows Patient/Clinician Identity Differences Are Factor in Cancer Care

A new study shows that a small proportion of patients with cancer — especially younger and lower-income minorities […]

Study Finds Diverse Differences in Microbes in Breast Tumors From Women of Different Races

Researchers at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center found that the breast tumors of Asian, Black and white women […]

Nutrition Fact, Fiction or Somewhere in Between?

Navigating today’s conflicting advice about nutrition can be confusing. Food myths — those pronouncements about what we should […]

‘Hard To Lose’ Mutations In Tumors May Predict Response To Immunotherapy

Cancer experts have tried, sometimes unsuccessfully, to use the total number of mutations in a tumor, called the […]