Gastrointestinal symptoms are common in people with systemic sclerosis. Rheumatologist Zsuzsanna McMahan shares her finding of a relationship between an antibody that may contribute to issues in the gastrointestinal tract in systemic sclerosis patients.
Multidisciplinary collaboration is crucial for rheumatologist Laura Cappelli. Her recent study, conducted with Johns Hopkins oncologists, showed that patients with both an rheumatic disease and lung cancer who were diagnosed earlier had ...
Gender-specific medicine considers how human biology differs between men and women and how the diagnosis and treatment of diseases may differ regarding both biological sex and gender-specific lived experience.
In an eight-year study of more than 600 community-dwelling older adults, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have further linked levels of cell-free DNA (DNA fragments resulting from cell death) circulating in the blood to chronic ...
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