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Montelukast linked with neuropsychiatric side effects
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Montelukast linked with neuropsychiatric side effects

Depression, aggression, suicidal ideation and nightmares, were frequently reported in both adults and children.

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Are antidepressants effective for depression in schizophrenia?

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EMA recommends against market authorisation for three new products

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  • Clinical Summaries from Osteoporos Int.
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How long vitamin D lasts after supplementation ceases?

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Lung cancer patients in England get much needed access to nivolumab

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Which NHL survivors have greatest risk for HF?

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Montelukast: neuropsychiatric side effects common in adults and children

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  • Clinical Summaries from BMC Med
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Quadrivalent flu vaccines likely to be cost-effective

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SOF-based regimens clear 96% HCV in dual LKT recipients

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Professional & Business

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90% of GP surgeries rated good or outstanding by CQC

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NICE approves nivolumab for lung cancer

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Improve access to end of life care, says report

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Prioritize respiratory care services, urges BLF

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NHS workers campaign for 3.9% pay rise

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Health secretary announces new plans to tackle sepsis

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  • Clinical Essentials from J Natl Cancer Inst
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Breast cancer: extended AI therapy tied to CV events, bone fractures

Meta-analysis suggests need for greater surveillance if AI therapy is extended past 5 y.

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  • Clinical Essentials from J Clin Oncol
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Prostate cancer: comorbidity does not raise cancer-specific mortality

Data from a large observational study.

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Doctor organisations support treaty for elimination of nuclear weapons
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Doctor organisations support treaty for elimination of nuclear weapons

The treaty, which was adopted by the United Nations in July 2017, opened for signatures on Wednesday, September 20.

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Pain and Opioid Abuse: Monthly Essentials September 2017
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Pain and Opioid Abuse: Monthly Essentials September 2017

TMS in migraine | Ibuprofen lozenge for sore throats | Reducing nipple pain in breastfeeding.

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  • Clinical Essentials from J Natl Cancer Inst
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Early breast cancer: no survival benefit for 5 vs 2.5 y of extended endocrine therapy

The IDEAL trial did find the reduction of second primary breast cancer with 5 y extra treatment.

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  • Global Clinical Summaries from Am J Prev Med
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Young adult women less likely to receive diabetes prevention efforts

Waiting until pregnancy to deliver lifestyle interventions may be “too little, too late.”

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Earlier successful extubation if sedation halted right after surgery

Results from the Strategy of Optimized Sedation­-Ventilation (SOS­Ventilation) study.

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  • Clinical Essentials from BJU Int
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Penile SCC: front-line dacomitinib shows promise in phase 2 trial

Dacomitinib is an irreversible, pan-epidermal growth factor receptor inhibitor.

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  • Global Clinical Summaries from J Am Board Fam Med
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Are your diabetes patients using alternative medicine?

Study finds about half are using complementary health approaches, some with possible adverse effects.

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  • Global Clinical Summaries from Lancet Psychiatry
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In mania, olanzapine is less effective in mild illness

Clinicians should consider benefit-to-risk ratio with olanzapine for patients with mild mania symptoms.

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WHO warns urgent action is needed to beat noncommunicable diseases
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WHO warns urgent action is needed to beat noncommunicable diseases

The World Health Organisation has published a new progress monitor on noncommunicable diseases.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Ann Oncol
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HER2+ breast cancer: high post-NACT TILs predict poorer DFS

Some may benefit from a 2nd-line therapy, including immune checkpoint inhibitors.

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Skin Disease: Monthly Essentials September 2017
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Skin Disease: Monthly Essentials September 2017

Dupilumab and QoL in atopic dermatitis | Long-term secukinumab efficacy in psoriasis | Cancer risk with systemic TNFi.

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Dabigatran registry study finds high probability of long-term adherence

Half of those who discontinued, however, did not start a new OAC within 30 d.

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