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New England Journal of Medicine
- Subclinical Hyperthyroidism
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 378, Issue 25, Page 2411-2419, June 2018.
- Sodium Thiosulfate for Protection from Cisplatin-Induced Hearing Loss
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 378, Issue 25, Page 2376-2385, June 2018.
- High-Flow Oxygen Therapy in Infants with Bronchiolitis
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 378, Issue 25, Page 2444-2447, June 2018.
- The Graduate Nurse Education Demonstration — Implications for Medicare Policy
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 378, Issue 25, Page 2360-2363, June 2018.
- Sociogenetic Risks — Ancestry DNA Testing, Third-Party Identity, and Protection of Privacy
New England Journal of Medicine, Ahead of Print.
- Head of GP partnership review dismisses Darzi’s call for salaried profession
The GP leading a government commissioned review into the partnership model has said that he disagrees with calls for all GPs to be offered salaried NHS employment.Speaking at the Next Generation GP… …
- What readers thought about The BMJ’s call to legalise drugs
To reduce the harms associated with prohibition of illicit drugs like cannabis, cocaine, and methamphetamine, Fiona Godlee, The BMJ’s editor, recently called again for them to be “legalised,… …
- Urgent primary care services work well but are under-resourced, says CQC
The vast majority of urgent primary care services in England work well and provide a good, cost effective service, but their worth is underestimated with poor resourcing, the main NHS regulator has… …
- Warshafsky did not intend to kill himself with fentanyl, coroner concludes
A trainee anaesthetist who died after injecting himself with fentanyl did not commit suicide, a coroner has concluded.Julien Warshafsky, 31, died from a drug related accident, said Karen Henderson,… …
- Five minutes with . . . Lori Passmore
“The UK is a leader in biomedical research. To remain internationally competitive, mobility is essential.“I’m originally from Canada and run a lab at the Medical Research Council’s Laboratory of… …
- Biosimilar Approved for Anemia
The first biosimilar to epoetin alfa for patients with anemia from chronic kidney disease, chemotherapy, or zidovudine treatment for HIV infection has received FDA approval.
- The Need to Simplify Measuring Quality in Health Care
The leadership of US health care institutions as well as practicing clinicians have raised concerns about the burdens being placed on them by the many quality and performance metrics required by vario …
- New Platform Showcases Scientific Research From Africa
The African Academy of Sciences (AAS) launched AAS Open Research, a platform for rapid publication and open peer review to showcase cutting edge scientific research by investigators on the African con …
- Incorrect Data in Abstract and Text
In the US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement “Screening for Prostate Cancer: US Preventive Services Recommendation Statement” published in the May 8, 2018, issue of JAMA, data wer …
- A Day in the Life: Physician Cares for HIV-Positive Patients in Jail
This Medical News story describes a day in the life of an infectious disease specialist caring for incarcerated individuals living with HIV.