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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 16, 2004 | Vol. 33 No. 22

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'Voyage and Discovery' begins
Julie Freischlag, director of Dept. of Surgery, to discuss personal journey

Julie Freischlag

The Voyage and Discovery lecture series returns tomorrow night to the Homewood campus as Julie A. Freischlag, the William Stewart Halsted Professor and director of the Department of Surgery at the School of Medicine and surgeon in chief of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, talks about the story behind the story of her medical career.
   Freischlag, who joined Johns Hopkins in March 2003, is the first woman and only the sixth person to serve in her posts in the school's 111-year history.
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Foreign Affairs 2004: 'InsideOut'
When the chairs of the student-run 2004 Foreign Affairs Symposium first convened in September 2003 to discuss both the theme and lineup of speakers, job one was to take the pulse of the nation. Who and what were people talking about?
   Three subjects kept coming up: the upcoming presidential election, Iraq and America's shifting role in Middle Eastern affairs. Fortified with a focus, the search for speakers could begin.
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Patients give the nod to kidney dialysis at home
A first-of-its-kind patient satisfaction study suggests that many patients tethered to a life-saving artificial kidney machine that cleanses the bloodstream of wastes might have preferred a second option — home-based peritoneal dialysis, which uses the lining of the patient's belly as a natural filter — if only they had been given a truly informed choice.
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'USA Today' honors three students for their achievements

JHU chapter of American Medical Students Association to host daylong ethics seminar

Cholesterol mystery in dialysis patients unraveled

A Valentine's fusion of elements

Common cleanser proves cheaper and faster way to separate DNA


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