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Ministers scrap data collection on NHS staff assaults

  • International Medical Press

Overseas visitors policy threat to all, say experts

  • International Medical Press

Prioritize child health in policy-making, says RCPCH

  • International Medical Press

GP referrals reduce diabetes risk in third of patients

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England to ban ‘supersized’ chocolate bars in hospitals

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DH announces state-backed indemnity scheme for GPs

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NSCLC: A review of PD-L1 immunohistochemistry assays
  • JCO Oncology Journals
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NSCLC: A review of PD-L1 immunohistochemistry assays

Review evaluates analytical features and comparability of PD-L1 immunohistochemistry assays and their diagnostic use.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from Cochrane Libr
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For social anxiety disorder, which drugs are best?

The results may help with selecting appropriate medication for SAD.

Overview of health care system in Russia
  • The Lancet
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Overview of health care system in Russia

Modern Russian health system faces serious challenges in addressing health issue caused by historical development.

  • Clinical Essentials from Lancet Haematol
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CNS lymphoma: encouraging survival with WBRT/ASCT consolidation

Up to 4 in 5 patients were progression-free at 2 y.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from BMJ
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Supine birth position in second stage of labor may aid vaginal delivery

Upright position results in fewer spontaneous vaginal deliveries.

Don't wait until HCV becomes chronic to treat with DAAs | AASLD
  • RSi Communications
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Don't wait until HCV becomes chronic to treat with DAAs | AASLD

Treating acute vs chronic HCV increased QALYs and decreased costs.

Women more likely to have anti-TB DILI | AASLD
  • Conference reports - RSi Communications
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Women more likely to have anti-TB DILI | AASLD

Hepatotoxicity may be increased in women despite TB being less common.

Liver Disease: Monthly Essentials October 2017
  • Global Monthly Essentials
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Liver Disease: Monthly Essentials October 2017

HCV survival benefit with DAA | Shorter course GLE/PIB effective with some genotypes | Ravidasvir + SOF phase 3 results.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from Diabetes Care
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New guidelines address use of language in diabetes encounters

Clinician word choice in speaking with patients can influence outcomes.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from PLoS ONE
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This behavioral treatment could prevent opioid overdose

Results of a pilot study.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from JAMA Psychiatry
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Opioid medication treatment: extended release naltrexone beats Suboxone in open-label study

An ER drug should theoretically prevent dependence.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from N Engl J Med
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Dual therapy with dabigatran for post-PCI Afib bests triple therapy with warfarin

Lower bleeding risk, similar thrombotic event risk tips balance toward dual therapy.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from J Am Heart Assoc
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Early follow-up linked to post-AMI statin adherence

Collaborative team care can ensure patients benefit from treatment.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from Semin Arthritis Rheum
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Women with RA are likelier to develop COPD, regardless of smoking

But asthma risk is not increased.