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- [This Week in Medicine] October 25–31, 2014
On Oct 23, Public Health England launched a new national, evidence-based approach, Everybody Active, Every Day, to encourage people to incorporate physical activity into their daily lives. Sport Engla …
- [Editorial] National armies for global health?
October, 2014, has seen unprecedented deployment of both US and British military personnel to support the efforts in west Africa against the Ebola crisis. Up to 4000 US troops could be deployed in Lib …
- [Department of Error] Department of Error
Glasier AF, Cameron ST, Fine PM, et al. Ulipristal acetate versus levonorgestrel for emergency contraception: a randomised non-inferiority trial and meta-analysis. Lancet 2010; 375: 555–62—In this Art …
- [Editorial] Health of the homeless
Having a home is a basic human need. However, in any one night in Europe and the USA alone, around 1 million people are classified as homeless. This week The Lancet publishes a new two-paper Series on …
- [Correspondence] Making primary care people-centred
In their Editorial, “Making primary care people-centred: a 21st century blueprint”, The Lancet editors issued a clarion call for the merging of primary care with elements of secondary care, to form a …
- Destructive Ulcerated Lesions of the Hard Palate
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 371, Issue 17, Page 1629, October 2014.
- Shortening Treatment for Tuberculosis — Back to Basics
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 371, Issue 17, Page 1642-1643, October 2014.
- Novel Mutations in a Patient with ALK-Rearranged Lung Cancer
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 371, Issue 17, Page 1655-1656, October 2014.
- Public Trust in Physicians — U.S. Medicine in International Perspective
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 371, Issue 17, Page 1570-1572, October 2014.
- Breast-Cancer Risk in Families with Mutations in PALB2
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 371, Issue 17, Page 1650-1652, October 2014.
- Vaccine tests to begin in Ebola countries this year
Trials of two candidate Ebola vaccines have been fast tracked and will now begin in west Africa in December, the World Health Organization has said.A meeting of officials from the affected countries,. …
- Drug company is targeted for refusing to adopt ban on distribution of execution drug
A US drug company has been targeted by investors after declining to participate fully in the embargo against providing lethal injection drugs to states with the death penalty.The company, Mylan, of… …
- Margaret McCartney: Dementiagate–how politicised pay diverts GPs from working for patients
I’m wondering if this is Dementiagate—a defining moment when the UK public discovers the ugly truth about how most GPs are paid. The news from NHS England, that GPs were to receive £55 (€70; $90) for. …
- What stops healthcare workers volunteering to fight Ebola in west Africa?
The outbreak of Ebola virus disease has caused unprecedented demands on health systems in west Africa, which were already fragile and are now at breaking point. The outbreak will be brought under… …
- Western drug companies conducted trials behind the Iron Curtain without patient consent
Western drug companies capitalised on the impending bankruptcy of East Germany during the Cold War to carry out clinical trials that were often conducted without patients’ consent or full… …
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