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Doctors at Johns Hopkins are leading the way in research for treating familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) and other colorectal conditions. Johns Hopkins Medicine believes in staying active in current studies to further its understanding of these diseases. Many patients choose to be part of its patient registry which helps it gather information and learn how to take care of its patients even better.
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