Congratulations to Barbara Bates-Hopkins, Community Health Educator, awarded a Johns Hopkins Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award, which was presented virtually at Johns Hopkins’… Read More »Barbara Bates-Hopkins Receives Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award
Don’t miss our latest issue of Promise & Progress: Kimmel in the Community, Working Together for the Citizens of Maryland. CLICK HERE TO READ THE… Read More »Promise and Progress 2021-2022 is Now Online!
Dr Joseph Murray, a second-year medical oncology fellow, discusses an article titled "Art of Precision Medicine" published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology's Art of… Read More »The Art of Precision Medicine by Dr. Joseph Murray
Celebrating a decade of support for groundbreaking cancer research, Swim Across America-Baltimore brings together swimmers of all ages and skill levels, including Olympians, with grassroots… Read More »Swim Across America Celebrates 10 Years in the Baltimore Area
Taking the Final Leap Towards a Cure In October of 2009, Andrea Henderson was diagnosed with breast cancer. Known affectionately as “Froggy” by her friends,… Read More »Hockey Tournament Aims To Honor Coach, Raise Money For Cancer Research
Members of the Johns Hopkins Melanoma Program participated in an annual 5K walk/run event and received funds raised by the event during a visit in… Read More »Moving for Melanoma of Delaware Supports Melanoma Research at Johns Hopkins
7-year-old Ella spent the holiday season raising money to help find a cure for cancer by selling Christmas ornaments. After initially hoping to raise $100,… Read More »7-Year-Old Ella Wanted To Cure Cancer For Christmas, So She Raised Money Selling Ornaments