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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University November 1, 2004 | Vol. 34 No. 10

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Tackling the effects of 'drug cocktails'
New clinic focuses on problems unique to HIV/AIDS treatment

Endocrinologist Todd Brown and HIV specialist Joseph Cofrancesco Jr. oversee one of the few clinics in the world to deal specifically with lipodystrophy.

Thanks to advances in treatment, HIV-infected individuals today can live longer and relatively healthier lives. But what are the physical effects of prolonged life with HIV? This once uncharted territory has begun to be mapped out.
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SPH creates new scholar program
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has created a pioneering new scholarship program to help recruit the next generation of public health leaders. Likened to a Rhodes scholarship for health, the Sommer Scholars program seeks to train the brightest, most promising students from around the globe.
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Mouse study: 'Critical' Down syndrome region isn't
After five years of work, Johns Hopkins researchers report that a particular genetic region long assumed to be a critical factor in Down syndrome isn't nearly as important as once thought.
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Thinking Out Loud: Choosing civility

Teaching the humanities goes digital; upcoming symposium to explore tools

Weight and see: Engineering teams compete to build the strongest spaghetti bridge

At Applied Physics Lab Space Academy: local middle-schoolers see sun in 3-D

Mitochondria findings may help beat wide range of diseases

Summer Learning leaders honored for work in community

Frequently asked questions about United Way

United Way update

PC will be United Way lottery prize

Antipsychotic drugs are linked to insulin resistance in children

JHU Course Catalog: 'The Natural and the Artificial'

Accelerated heartbeat mystery: Is odd electrical wave the key?

Three from Johns Hopkins elected fellows of AAAS

Iraqi civilian deaths increase dramatically after invasion

APL startup company transforms 3-D imaging technology


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