Archived articles


Berman Institute
Bioethicist sounds alarm on 'worst-case scenario' drug shortage
Published Nov 22, 2019
Hematologist/oncologist Yoram Unguru helped raise awareness recently when a pharmaceutical company stopped producing a widely used pediatric cancer drug
Interdisciplinary scholar
Cancer screening, prevention expert Otis Brawley joins faculty
Published Jan 23, 2019
JHU's 39th Bloomberg Distinguished Professor will lead research of cancer health disparities at the School of Public Health, Kimmel Cancer Center
In memoriam
Radiation oncology pioneer dies at 77
Published Aug 21, 2018
During 40 years at Hopkins, Moody Wharam created refined treatments for pediatric cancers that improved survival rates and in some cases remain the standard of care today
How pancreatic cancer spreads
Published Fall 2015 Photos
Johns Hopkins researchers recently made progress in understanding how pancreatic cancer spreads. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Cancer's telltale slime
Published March 31, 2015
MRI detects sugar molecules on cancerous cells, a method that raises possibility of diagnosis without biopsies / Hopkins Medicine
Analyzing cancer's causes
Published Jan 1, 2015
New findings show that random gene mutations cause two-thirds of adult cancer incidence across tissues
An epigenetic key to a mystery
Published Summer 2014
A Johns Hopkins oncologist is uncovering clues as to why so many American men get prostate cancer and how we can prevent it. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Alternative medicine
Beyond kissing, mistletoe has therapeutic potential
Published Spring 2014
A Johns Hopkins cancer patient is raising the profile of mistletoe injections as an alternative cancer therapy / Johns Hopkins Magazine