The agency said two patients received donated stool that had not been screened for drug-resistant germs, leading it to halt clinical trials until researchers prove proper testing procedures are in place

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An injured bioethicist learned firsthand how desperately patients with severe pain need the relief of powerful drugs—and how little support they get to stop taking them. Our Travis Rieder shares an essay adapted from his forthcoming book ‘In Pain: A Bioethicist’s Personal Struggle with Opioids’

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Hopkins on the Hill

June 14, 2019

Hopkins on the Hill event highlights 21 projects that received funding from 16 different government agencies. Event Showcases the Impact, Value, and Range of Federally Funded Research at Johns Hopkins. Featuring our Joseph Ali, and Mario Macis

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Our Jessica Fanzo on hunger, obesity, food security, and food ethics at the ‘Bringing Johns Hopkins to New York’ event, June 6, 2019

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To see if they’re safe for us. Gene-editing company eGenesis is now carrying out experiments to help solve a critical shortage of human organs available for transplant

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NIH Director Francis Collins writes, “Starting now, when I consider speaking invitations, I will expect a level playing field, where scientists of all backgrounds are evaluated fairly for speaking opportunities. If that attention to inclusiveness is not evident in the agenda, I will decline to take part.”

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This Pharma Exec Is Accused Of Fixing Prices On 107 Drugs

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How do we make the transition towards healthy and sustainable diets for all? The EAT-Lancet Commission, including our Jessica Fanzo, was the first to set scientific targets. Are we running out of time to turn them into actions?

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