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Endocrine Society issues guidelines on glucose monitors
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Endocrine Society issues guidelines on glucose monitors

The Endocrine Society is recommending continuous glucose monitors as the ‘gold standard’ of care for adults with type 1 diabetes.

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Riding roller coasters may help to clear kidney stones

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Childhood ALL: acute leukoencephalopathy tied to later neurobehavioral issues

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Heart Failure: Monthly Essentials September 2016

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New practice guidelines on insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitoring

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HCV: VA pharmacists shoulder the burden of care

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Most RA drug coverage more restrictive than FDA label indications

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18 million new health sector jobs needed by 2030

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Sunday walks lower risk of bacterial infection

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High Court ruling supports junior doctors’ contract

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Bowel cancer could be diagnosed earlier

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Inaccurate GP lists waste taxpayers money

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Wide variation in neonatal care, says report

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World Medical Association rallies doctors against nuclear weapons
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World Medical Association rallies doctors against nuclear weapons

The World Medical Association says doctors and national medical associations have a duty to speak out about the “catastrophic consequences” of these weapons.

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Iron regulation in the breast carcinoma microenvironment | ESP
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Iron regulation in the breast carcinoma microenvironment | ESP

A higher percentage of breast carcinomas, compared to control mastectomy samples, present iron accumulation in stromal inflammatory cells.

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Male breast cancer: Clinicopathological and immunohistochemical characteristics of 35 cases | ESP
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Male breast cancer: Clinicopathological and immunohistochemical characteristics of 35 cases | ESP

Macroscopic examination revealed a cystic cavity with endoluminal papillary lesion in two cases and a firm nodule measuring from 1.5 to 9 cm in 31 cases.

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Ribavirin at reduced dosages remains effective in HCV genotype 4 patients given DAA therapy | EASL Special Conference on HCV
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Ribavirin at reduced dosages remains effective in HCV genotype 4 patients given DAA therapy | EASL Special Conference on HCV

Patients who received reduced dosages of ribavirin alongside OBV/PTV/r still achieved SVR after 12 weeks.

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Low-dose ribavirin in combination with DAA therapy produces fewer adverse events | EASL Special Conference on HCV
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Low-dose ribavirin in combination with DAA therapy produces fewer adverse events | EASL Special Conference on HCV

Fixed low-dose ribavirin co-administered with DAA achieved good efficacy while preserving normal hemoglobin and bilirubin levels.

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Activity plan cuts elderly disabilities
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Activity plan cuts elderly disabilities

Elderly people taking part in a structured physical activity programme were considerably less likely to experience impaired mobility than people who did...

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Previous bowel cancer signs common
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Previous bowel cancer signs common

Nearly one in five patients who have bowel cancer diagnosed after presenting as emergencies have experienced at least one “red flag” cancer symptom in...

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Early stroke treatment improves patient outcomes
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Early stroke treatment improves patient outcomes

After a large vessel stroke, how long does a patient have to get treatment in order to prevent long lasting effects? A new study in JAMA found that a shorter time to treatment after a stroke is critical to having the best recovery.

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Early gastric SRCC: tubular component predicts LNM

The treatment of undifferentiated early gastric cancers using endoscopic submucosal dissection remains controversial.

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Polio vaccine: phase 3 trial supports use of novel Sabin IPV

Formulation may replace the oral Sabin vaccine, which has been tied to paralytic poliomyelitis.

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Urologic cancer: preoperative hypoalbuminemia linked to increased morbidity, mortality

Serum albumin may be useful in identifying patients at increased risk for complications.

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HCV: IDU accounts for 40% of global disease burden

HCV burden from injection drug use is highest in wealthy countries.

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Influenza vaccination: are high-dose options cost-effective?

Healthcare funding decision-makers need to consider all relevant costs.

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Testicular cancer: 30% of US patients are mismanaged

Guideline nonadherence is associated with higher rates of relapse.

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