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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University November 26, 2007 | Vol. 37 No. 12

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Access for all to music's powers
Peabody students take their talents to venues helping those in need

At one of the more than 150 free concerts performed by Peabody's Creative Access, founder Matt Carvin plays his guitar and talks about the music.

Music can break down barriers, whether they're emotional or physical. It just needs to be heard. Since 2004, Peabody's Creative Access has brought the world of music to audiences in the Baltimore area that otherwise might not be exposed to it.
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World AIDS struggle still staggers
Every Dec. 1, people around the globe fasten red ribbons to shirts, jackets, hats and all manner of visible attire. The symbolic gesture serves to commemorate World AIDS Day, the now 19-year-old occasion that was created to focus attention on the devastating impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
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Obese? Prostate cancer tests may be less effective
The extra blood volume produced in the obese may so dilute levels of a telltale protein produced by prostates that the popular PSA test may be essentially useless for diagnosing prostate cancer in men carrying extra pounds, a new study in The Journal of the American Medical Association suggests.
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Emergency Alerts text messaging system to be tested

United Way: Here's where your money went last year

President's Office issues $10,000 Neighborhood Fund Challenge

Obituary: Nursing Professor Victoria Mock, 65, longtime cancer researcher

Obituary: DOGEE's Jack Fisher, 75, expert on city planning

Hopkins Symphony celebrates 25th anniversary with gala concert

Finger-friendly "tactile interface" could aid blind computer users

Eight predoctoral fellowships awarded

Nursing names inaugural Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Professor

Mexico's expanded health insurance improves hypertension treatment

New databases put wings on search for bipolar risk genes

SAIS team takes first place in business innovation competition


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