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Doctor dragged from overbooked plane takes legal action
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Doctor dragged from overbooked plane takes legal action

A video showing Dr David Dao being dragged from an overbooked United Airlines flight last week has gone viral.

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Half of patients are willing to replace doctors with robots

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European doctors association publishes policy position on off-label use of medicines

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‘Dispiriting’ findings: 4 out of 5 PCPs recommend mammography to women in their early 40s

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Alternative finance for the NHS

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MSF teams are witnessing summary executions amid renewed conflict in the Central African Republic

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Fake professor appointed editor at more than 40 journals

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EMA recommends suspension of several medicines due to unreliable study data

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FDA approves Zejula maintenance therapy for recurrent ovarian cancer

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Professional & Business

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Cycling to work could reduce cancer risk, says study

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Amino acid restricting diet could ‘starve’ cancer

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Bullying and anxiety frequent among UK teens

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Don’t neglect the NHS in June election, warns BMA

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Links between housing problems and mental illness

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Hundred set to sue NHS over vaginal mesh implants

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Cervical cancer: only 20% of women with severe mental illness are screened

Study suggests white women are least likely to be screened.

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One in 10 young doctors demonstrate 'explicitly unprofessional behaviour' online
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One in 10 young doctors demonstrate 'explicitly unprofessional behaviour' online

More than 10 per cent of doctors had online profiles showing unprofessional behaviour, such as intoxication, profanity and confidential patient information.

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Planning for the future

Planning relevant training programmes for the next generation of junior doctors

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How healthy do Europeans feel?
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How healthy do Europeans feel?

Eurostat has published new data on the perception of health across the European Union.

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Ovarian cancer: laparoscopic, laparotomic debulking yield similar survival

3-y survival similar for laparoscopic interval debulking vs laparotomy.

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Ovarian cancer: associations between androgens and histologic subtypes play a role in risk

There appears to be a role of hormone-related pathways in the risk of epithelial ovarian cancer, with differences in associations between androgens and histologic subtypes of the disease.

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Hypertension linked, weakly, to endometrial cancer risk

Meta-analysis results add to growing list of hypertension-cancer links.

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Borderline ovarian tumors: factors for recurrence identified

Findings may help inform treatment selection.

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Low/intermediate-risk endometrial cancer: is cytology prognostic?

Study shows no link with either DFS or OS.

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WHO “alarmed” by chemical weapons attack in Syria
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WHO “alarmed” by chemical weapons attack in Syria

Based on the symptoms of the victims, it is now believed that the chemical used was sarin gas.

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Ovarian cancer: guideline care remains underutilized

Findings may explain limited improvement in 2-y cause-specific survival.

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It's good to talk; communication with patients affects health outcomes

Patients who report good communication with their doctors are less likely to visit the emergency department and more likely to comply with treatment plans.

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Advanced epithelial ovarian cancer: NACT use varies widely

Analysis of 55 high-volume hospitals identified from the National Cancer Database.

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More cuts to come?

Common medications and treatments may be removed from the NHS list of prescribed items

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