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Neurologist Dr. Steven Zeiler talks about meaningful brain recovery, the stroke research being conducted at Johns Hopkins and when rehabilitation should begin.

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An autopsy pathologist talks about his “heroes”— breast cancer patients who agreed to have their tissues harvested immediately upon their passing.

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A radiation oncology resident explains how patient-centered care requires not only answering patients’ questions, but helping them understand what the questions are.

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A Johns Hopkins-trained physician reflects on a decision about whether to place a 99-year-old patient on a ventilator.

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When this emergency department nurse realized that a vision-impaired patient with diabetes couldn’t read his glucometer, she found a solution—and made sure he received it.

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Neurosurgeon Dan Sciubba, M.D., talks about the advantages of endoscopic spine surgery and for whom it's appropriate.

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Neurosurgeon W. Stanley Anderson, M.D., discusses medical therapies and surgical option (deep brain stimulation) for movement disorders including dystonia and Parkinson's.