Throwback Thursday: What Was the Most Memorable Story of 2013?

2013  brought with it many exciting stories about Johns Hopkins research and innovation, our people and our patients. Whether it was Brendan Marrocco’s double arm transplant, the announcement that Deborah Persuad and her colleagues had treated an HIV-positive infant, or the graduation of the school of medicine’s first class in Genes to Society curriculum, there are many stories that have caught our attention and brought change to the world. What was your favorite news story from 2013? Share it on today’s Hopkins Happenings’ Throwback Thursday.

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Bonnie C January 2, 2014 at 4:18 pm

One word. Malala. True courage in the face of real danger. But perhaps she found her courage in having faced death and was given a second chance (along with the support of most of the world)?


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