Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist Florin Selaru and nanomedicine researcher Laura Ensign discuss their work addressing one of the major clinical problems related to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD): strictures in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
Johns Hopkins transplant hepatologist Victor Chen shares published findings on the prevalence of hepatitis C among people who were pregnant in the United States during the “opioid epidemic” — 1998 to 2018.
Researchers show that screening urine for ctDNA as part of a two-stage test increases detection sensitivity from 40% to 77% in early-stage liver cancer, and from 62% to 92% in the very early stage of disease.
Dr. Jonathan Efron, Director, Division of Colorectal Surgery, Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery, answers important questions about rectal cancer.
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