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Can vitamin C supplementation improve glycaemic control? Meta-analysis

Trial results have been inconsistent.

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New consensus statement on inhaled treatment of COPD

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Improvement in statin adherence of 20% lowers risk for stroke by 8%

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GPs found wanting on women’s health

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HCV: DAAs linked to reports of herpes reactivation

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AML: treosulfan-based conditioning improves survival outcomes, reduces toxicity

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FDA approves avelumab for metastatic Merkel cell carcinoma

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Eluxadoline for IBS-D: early response predicts long-term effect

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Interferon-β-1a for MS: predictors of discontinuation identified

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Bariatric surgery rationing ‘misguided’

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Scottish NHS increases access to IVF treatment

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Less than half of women breastfeed after 2 months

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£2bn for social care ‘not solution to the crisis’

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Alzheimer’s test needs more research, says charity

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RCGP: Millions should be reassured by pill study

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Asthma and COPD: Monthly Essentials March 2017
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Asthma and COPD: Monthly Essentials March 2017

LAMA+LABA for COPD | No link between inhaled corticosteroids, pneumonia in pediatric asthma | Aclidinium/formoterol safe, effective for COPD.

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Weaponisation of health care in Syria
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Weaponisation of health care in Syria

A strategy of using violence to restrict or deny access to health care as a weapon of war

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High-risk prostate cancer: docetaxel, ADT add benefit to adjuvant radiation

Data from the RTOG 0621 study.

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Advanced HR+ breast cancer: adding targeted agents to fulvestrant boosts PFS

Results of a meta-analysis.

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HCV: EBR/GZR safe, effective in moderate renal impairment

eGFR remained stable or improved in patients treated for 8-18 wk.

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Severe peripartum hypertension: new recommendations on emergent therapy

This condition can arise any time in the peripartum period

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Adherence to MS therapy: belief in disease etiology plays a role

Patients believing in a supernatural etiology were less likely to adhere to DMTs.

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RAS inhibitors are linked to better outcomes but do not prevent Afib post-MI

All-cause mortality reduction is good news, but there is no reduction in new-onset Afib.

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Breast cancer: ridaforolimus + dalotuzumab no better, more toxic than exemestane

International phase 2 study ended prematurely due to lack of efficacy and adverse events.

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HPV: how common is vaccination among lesbian and bisexual women?

Study contradicts prior data suggesting lower uptake vs heterosexual women.

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Cochrane review: probiotic diet may be beneficial for recurrent pediatric abdominal pain

Fiber supplements and other dietary interventions show only weak evidence of improvement.

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Meta-analysis: adenosine curbs post-op pain, but not opioid use

Adenosine most beneficial for patients with high systolic BP.

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HIV: drug resistance rate tops 19% among newly diagnosed MSM in LA

Transmitted drug resistance to HIV is estimated as high as 12%-24%.

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Teriflunomide for MS: real-world experience similar to trial results

Teriflunomide has good effectiveness and safety profiles when used in routine clinical care.

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