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- [Clinical Picture] Leukaemia presenting as spontaneous bilateral perinephric haematomas: a case of Wunderlich syndrome
A 62-year-old woman presented to our hospital with a 2-h history of abrupt-onset of right flank pain and vomiting.
- [World Report] Canada's pharmacare showdown
The lack of progress on the Government's promise to create a national programme for universal access to drugs risks a political crisis. Paul Webster reports.
- [Correspondence] The Italian health-care crisis—only a matter of funding? – Authors' reply
We are grateful to Livio Garattini and colleagues for their insightful comments on our Correspondence.1 They added a crucial focus on the importance of primary care within the Italian National Health …
- [Correspondence] The INSPIRE study: RSV infection during infancy
The INSPIRE study by Christian Rosas-Salazar and colleagues1 examines the association between the absence of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection in infancy and the reduced risk of childhood as …
- [Obituary] Berish Strauch
Innovative plastic surgeon and microsurgical pioneer. He was born in New York, NY, USA, on Sept 19, 1933 and died of respiratory failure in Greenwich, CT, USA, on Dec 24, 2023 aged 90 years.
New England Journal of Medicine
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- Changes to the UK foundation programme add further challenges for doctors pursuing clinical academic careers
The UK Foundation Programme Office (UKFPO) recently announced major changes to the specialised foundation programme (SFP)—an academic pathway for newly qualified doctors. Applicants will no longer be …
- Gaza: “No health system left,” says MSF
The healthcare system in Gaza is no longer functioning, the charity Médecins Sans Frontières has told the UN Security Council in a strongly worded speech.In a briefing to the UN on 22 February,1 MSF’s …
- Nancy Patricia McLean
bmj;384/feb23_8/q391/FAF1faNancy Patricia Cruikshank met her future husband, Ken McLean, in Freshers’ Week. She lost a year of university study due to tuberculosis. Her father, Robert, was a professor …
- Kenneth McLean
bmj;384/feb23_7/q388/FAF1faKenneth McLean (“Ken”) met his future wife, Nancy Patricia Cruikshank, in freshers’ week. As a captain in the Royal Army Medical Corps he enjoyed his national service years …
- Jennifer Ann Salisbury
bmj;384/feb23_5/q465/FAF1faJennifer Salisbury was born in Barnsley, south Yorkshire, and studied medicine at Newnham College, Cambridge, and St Thomas’ Hospital, London. In 1970 Jennifer moved to Horn …
- Four Defining Health Issues of the 2024 Presidential Election
This Viewpoint discusses 4 defining health issues that will likely influence not only the 2024 presidential election but also congressional and state races.
- Patient Information: What Is Uterine Prolapse?
This JAMA Patient Page describes the condition of uterine prolapse and its risk factors, symptoms, and treatment options.
- Bringing Art and Joy to Hospital Rooms
This Arts and Medicine feature coauthored by a patient and her hospital clinicians describes the use of hand-drawn window art in hospital rooms as a way to bring color and creativity into inpatient se …
- What the Latest Research Says About Paxlovid
This Medical News story examines the latest information about rebound, treatment eligibility, optimal dosing, and other questions related to nirmatrelvir-ritonavir for treating COVID-19.
- Health and the 2024 Elections Globally—A Call for Papers
In 2024, more than 50 countries representing more than half of the world’s population have gone or will go to the polls to elect their leaders. Through their health, science, economic, and social poli …