Johnnie Bass, AuD, PhD

Johnnie Bass, AuD, PhD, is a research audiologist in Rehabilitation Services.

How to manage the doctor-patient relationship during and after treatment

Doctor-patient relationship is unique and fragile

Posted by Liza-Marie Johnson, MD, MPH, MSB | Jul 3, 2018

As a physician, what would you do when offered an unreasonable gift from a patient? As a patient, what would you expect from such a physician?

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What is causing resistance to the new flu drug, Xofluza?

What is causing resistance to the new flu drug, Xofluza?

Posted by Lee Morgan | Oct 25, 2018

A recently discovered mutation that occurs when the flu virus is exposed Xofluza could also cause drug resistance.

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The St. Jude Psychology Clinic: When things are really hard

The St. Jude Psychology Clinic: When things are really hard

Posted by Keith Crabtree, PhD | May 4, 2018

Learn how psychologists use psychological interventions to help pediatric patients with life-threatening diseases maintain positive mental health during treatment.

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New algorithm could help us better understand cancer at its genetic level

New algorithm could help us better understand cancer at its genetic level

Posted by Xiang Chen, PhD | Dec 26, 2018

This new cancer algorithm shows possible precision options for cancer treatment.

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LOXO-101 effective against tumors with rare NTRK gene fusion

Targeted therapy larotrectinib could make tumors with rare NTRK fusion genes less lethal

Posted by Alberto Pappo, MD | Nov 27, 2018

Newly approved Vitrakvi (larotrectinib) scored high patient response rates by inhibiting a rare chromosomal abnormality that drives tumor growth.

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5 tips to get high-impact journals to look at your research

5 tips to get high-impact journals to look at your research

Posted by John Lukens, PhD | Oct 9, 2018

Find out how one post-doc learned to push the boundaries and get published while working for a highly-cited investigator.

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When pain is the real deal

When pain is the real deal

Posted by Kyle Morgan, MD | Jun 13, 2018

Read how St. Jude is working toward easing the pain of chronic illness and treatment in its pediatric patients.

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Occupational therapy helps restore normal childhood

Occupational therapy: how all work and more play restores some “normal” to childhood

Posted by Jessica Sparrow, OTD, OTR L, BCP | Aug 15, 2018

Making pizza sounds fun, but it’s a practical example of how we help kids regain the skills to do the activities that are important to them.

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Apoptosis-causing protein is an intracellular lone wolf

Cancer-fighting ninja protein may offer clue to create self-harming cancer cells

Posted by Tudor Moldoveanu, PhD | Dec 12, 2018

This shape-shifting cipher of the cell may hold the key to curing cancer through causing cancer cells to kill themselves.

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Your cancer journey is a teacher: it’s your story, not your baggage

Your cancer journey is a teacher: it’s your story, not your baggage

Posted by Somer Greene | Sep 25, 2018

If you could go back and tell your younger self how to get through the most difficult time, what would you say? Read how a cancer survivor would write it.

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