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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University October 2, 2006 | Vol. 36 No. 5

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A new approach for United Way
Shorter campaigns, more personal approach are hallmarks for 2006

Jim Zeller and Frank Bossle led a Johns Hopkins team that participated last week in United Way's "Share Yourself Makeover Challenge."

Utilizing a more streamlined and personal approach than in previous years, Johns Hopkins' three 2006 campaigns for United Way of Central Maryland — for the university, Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Applied Physics Laboratory — will either kick off or swing into high gear this month. (SAIS' donations are reported to the Washington National Capital Area campaign.)
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Internet2 takes JHM to India
Imagine Johns Hopkins faculty members performing microsurgery in Tanzania from a computer terminal in a Baltimore operating room, or health care experts in Vietnam presenting an avian influenza patient to medical students gathered in the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center.
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Experts: Protect most vulnerable from flu pandemic
The influenza pandemic of 1918 killed more than 50 million people. In the face of the possibility that another virulent pandemic might occur, a group of international experts convened by Johns Hopkins is urgently calling on policy-makers and public health officials to disseminate a new set of principles to better take into account the interests of those who will be the worst affected: the world's most poor and disadvantaged.
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Thinking Out Loud: Thank you, Rotary International

Time Out With... Tim Phelps, medical illustrator and flame painter

Rainy-day friends

Evergreen House celebrates art, wine, food of Italy

CSOS grants will support work with Baltimore Head Starts

APL-built mineral-mapping imager begins mission at Mars

SAIS to inaugurate U.S.-Korea Institute

Whole-genome scan for OCD links reveals genetic susceptibility

Tracking computer-based med errors improves patient safety

Model predicts colon cancer's inheritable defects

Hopkins lab scientists identify, tame overactive CF protein


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