The finding has the potential to lead to new treatments for not only multiple sclerosis but other autoimmune diseases like type 1 diabetes.
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Scientists at Johns Hopkins University have developed a hydrogel that can be applied to the cavity in the brain left behind after a tumor is removed, slowly releasing medication to kill any cancer cells left behind.
Combined with preparation and structured support, psilocybin has shown promise for treating a range of addictions and mental health disorders.
A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center is showing a novel blood test can detect the presence of lung cancer with over 90% accuracy using artificial intelligence.
The new study conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins University analyzed historical blood samples of more than 4,800 middle-aged and elderly subjects collected around a decade ago.
Johns Hopkins University now features a free online college course for conducting “Psychological First Aid” on people with depression, anxiety, or emotional distress. More than 200,000 students are currently enrolled.
Research from Johns Hopkins University finds that MDMA seems to re-open a window of opportunity for social bonding and rewiring trauma-related faulty connections in the brain.