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Johns Hopkins Hospital

Johns Hopkins Hospital
Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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  • Black Panther leader, convicted of killing cop, released from prison

    Black Panther leader, convicted of killing cop, released from prison
    Former Black Panther leader Marshall "Eddie" Conway walked free Tuesday after spending four decades behind bars for killing a Baltimore police officer — making his one of the highest-profile cases affected by a high court decision that has cut short...
  • Baltimore is no New York [Commentary]

    Baltimore is no New York [Commentary]
    Eight months ago I exchanged my posh Lincoln Center zip code (10023) and 212 area code for Baltimore's 21209 and 410. This is my new/old city — I was raised here but spent my working life in New York. When I was laid off from a legal...
  • Judith Cloughen, peace activist

    Judith Cloughen, peace activist
    Judith Cloughen, a Holy Land peace activist and former Ten Thousand Villages manager, died of multiple myeloma Friday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Towson resident was 66. Born Judith "Judy" Elizabeth Huntress in Portland, Maine, she was the daughter...
  • Blast make day special for eighth grader

    Blast make day special for eighth grader
    The latest member of the Blast made a lasting impression on his new teammates at practice Wednesday. Less than four minutes into the team's scrimmage, parked on the left side of the field at Northeast Regional Recreation Center, he aimed a shot to the...
  • Save Bel Air's 'Brick house' [Letter]

    "I'll huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow your house down!" said the Big Bad Wolf. Strangely enough, these words from the nursery rhyme "The Three Little Pigs" come to mind as I follow the controversy over the "The Brick House!" As a lifelong resident of...
  • Class-action registration begins for patients of Hopkins gynecologist

    Class-action registration begins for patients of Hopkins gynecologist
    Attorneys launched a campaign Monday to notify former patients of a Johns Hopkins gynecologist accused of secretly photographing exams that they are eligible to register as part of a class-action suit. As many as 12,600 patients seen by Dr. Nikita...
  • A thyroidectomy that leaves no scar

    A thyroidectomy that leaves no scar
    Elizabeth Klein is used to the spotlight, but there was something the budding actress from Bethesda didn't want everyone to see. That was a telltale mark on her throat from thyroid surgery. "I don't want every character I play to have the same scar,"...
  • Dr. Elmer Hoffman, breast cancer surgeon

    Dr. Elmer Hoffman, breast cancer surgeon
    Dr. Elmer Hoffman, a retired Baltimore surgeon who had been a pioneer in breast cancer surgery and immediate reconstruction and was also an advocate of the use of "super cold surgery" to ease the pain of the terminally ill, died Monday of complications...
  • From 'Salinger' to 'Mitt' and 'Chicagoland,' TV rediscovering documentaries

    From 'Salinger' to 'Mitt' and 'Chicagoland,' TV rediscovering documentaries
    Documentaries were supposed to be a dying genre -- and living proof that we were becoming dumber as a nation. Reality TV is cheaper and easier to make. And who has time for lengthy, in-depth explorations of anything any more in the age of Twitter? Docs...
  • Charlestown resident honored for D-Day service

    Charlestown resident honored for D-Day service
    Nearly 70 years ago, Harper Griswold, 88, was one of the 160,000 Allied troops taking part in the fight to liberate France from German occupation during World War II. For his efforts, Griswold was named "Chevalier" of the Legion of Honor by the French...
  • Zachary M. 'Zach' Lederer, inspiration to cancer patients, dies at 20

    Zachary M. 'Zach' Lederer, inspiration to cancer patients, dies at 20
    Zachary M. "Zach" Lederer's personal struggle and determination to survive brain cancer gave hope and inspiration to people across the world. The University of Maryland, College Park student and manager of the men's basketball team became known for...
  • Nurse questions all female OB-GYN practice

    Nurse questions all female OB-GYN practice
    Bruce Wheatley was considering coming back to the Towson area where he grew up when he saw an advertisement for an obstetrics and gynecology practice in Columbia that pitched an all-female staff. As a nurse, he was dismayed enough to complain to St....