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Avoid these words when speaking to patients
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Avoid these words when speaking to patients

Using language with negative emotional content may lead to an increase in the patient’s experience of pain or anxiety.

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Avoid these antibiotics in early pregnancy

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Standard urine test for UTI questioned

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Stop bringing work home!

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Tomato may lower PSA levels in patients with prostate cancer

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Are blood tests your 'comfort blanket'?

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US doctors continue the fight against Trump's healthcare Act

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Doctor jailed for treating alleged members of armed groups

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Deprescribing medicines at end of life

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Professional & Business

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Tobacco company accused of sidestepping plain pack rules

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BHF calls for better diagnosis of atrial fibrillation

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Dementia deaths to quadruple by 2040, says study

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BMA: government has ‘callous disregard’ for NHS

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Online abortion options ‘safe and effective’, says study

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RCS: Private hospitals should disclose ‘botched’ operation data

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FDA approves first-line pembrolizumab for advanced bladder cancer

Pembrolizumab received accelerated approval for patients with advanced urothelial carcinoma who are ineligible for cisplatin-based chemotherapy

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Almost half of deaths now have recorded cause
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Almost half of deaths now have recorded cause

While improvements have been made in collecting vital statistics, the World Health Organization says continued efforts are needed.

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World Medical Association to host major conferences on physician assisted suicide
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World Medical Association to host major conferences on physician assisted suicide

The events are being used as a soundboard to help decide if the WMA should change its policy on euthanasia and physician assisted suicide.

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Artificial Intelligence: can data help stop chronic conditions before they start?
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Artificial Intelligence: can data help stop chronic conditions before they start?

Details of a new project have been announced which aim to advance preventive healthcare.

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Patients of older doctors have higher inpatient mortality rates
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Patients of older doctors have higher inpatient mortality rates

But treating high volumes of patients seems to have a protective effect.

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Viagra-type drugs don’t raise melanoma risk
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Viagra-type drugs don’t raise melanoma risk

Phosphodiesterase inhibitors such as sildenafil (Viagra) are not associated with increased risk of melanoma in men who take them to treat erectile dysfunction,...

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Testicular cancer: VTE risk high during cisplatin-based chemotherapy

Khorana risk score did not accurately predict risk of VTE.

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Urinary testing for TMPRSS2: ERG and PCA3 improve detection of aggressive prostate cancer
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Urinary testing for TMPRSS2: ERG and PCA3 improve detection of aggressive prostate cancer

Urinary RNA testing can avert unnecessary biopsy while retaining the benefits of identifying aggressive cancers

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Cycling not linked to urologic disease or sexual dysfunction | AUA
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Cycling not linked to urologic disease or sexual dysfunction | AUA

Two studies assessed cycling's impact on sexual function in thousands of male and female athletes.

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Carcinogens identified in the urine of e-cigarette users | AUA
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Carcinogens identified in the urine of e-cigarette users | AUA

Urine from 92% of e-cigarette users tested positive for carcinogens o-toluidine and 2-naphthylamine.

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Study supports illegal darbepoetin marketing claim

Settlements, fines, and repayments have amounted to $1.1 billion.

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Prostate cancer: the value of combined urinary T2:ERG and PCA3 testing

Approach could significantly reduce unnecessary prostate biopsies.

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Systematic review: should you offer HIV self-tests to your patients?

People most at risk for HIV, especially young people, have not been tested for HIV.

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Premature ejaculation controlled by topical 4% benzocaine wipes | AUA
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Premature ejaculation controlled by topical 4% benzocaine wipes | AUA

PE is the most common form of male sexual dysfunction, yet few good therapies exist.

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