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Google’s kidney injury deal should serve as a “cautionary tale for health care”
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Google’s kidney injury deal should serve as a “cautionary tale for health care”

The collaboration allowed Google to access 1.6 million identifiable patient records that included information about HIV status, drug overdoses and abortions.

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New guidance on end-of-life care

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Patients who trust their doctor may have better clinical outcomes

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6 in 10 European doctors planning on leaving the UK

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Stroke: Infection caution on β-blocker use

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GPs in Accident and Emergency, will it work?

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European junior doctors group issues warning on Brexit

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ISIS gunmen dressed as doctors storm hospital in Kabul

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Terrorist attacks: all hospitals should be prepared

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Professional & Business

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Bariatric surgery rationing ‘misguided’

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Scottish NHS increases access to IVF treatment

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

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Less than half of women breastfeed after 2 months

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RCGP: Millions should be reassured by pill study

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Alzheimer’s test needs more research, says charity

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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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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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HCV: DAAs linked to reports of herpes reactivation

Clinicians should maintain an index of suspicion for cutaneous Herpes zoster.

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Bladder cancer subtypes linked to distinct risk factors

Findings suggest specific risk factors play a role in initiating or promoting carcinogenic pathways.

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Do VIP patients get better care?
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Do VIP patients get better care?

A new study finds doctors can feel pressured by so-called VIPs to provide additional tests or treatments that they believed were unnecessary.

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Tributes paid to doctors who rushed to save lives during London terrorist attack
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Tributes paid to doctors who rushed to save lives during London terrorist attack

Doctors and nurses from a nearby hospital sprinted across Westminster Bridge during the attack to get to victims.

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Small cell carcinoma of the urinary bladder: what do we know?

Mortality rates have not improved significantly since the first case was reported in 1981.

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Smartphone-based fertility test gives sperm, motility count in 6 easy steps

Even untrained users with no clinical background got lab-caliber results.

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Intermediate-risk prostate cancer: indications for bone scans

Data from a large contemporaneous cohort help address inconsistencies in current recommendations.

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Prostate cancer: 68Ga-PSMA-PET imaging alters salvage therapy planning in 59% of patients

Should salvage therapy be planned in the absence of this imaging modality?

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Sexual function worse with prostatectomy
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Sexual function worse with prostatectomy

Radical prostatectomy is associated with a considerable decline in erectile function and urinary continence when compared with external beam radiation...

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Localized prostate cancer: comparative harm of RT, surgery, and observation

Findings from the Comparative Effectiveness Analysis of Surgery and Radiation study.

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Localized prostate cancer: QoL outcomes with treatment vs surveillance

Data from the North Carolina Prostate Cancer Comparative Effectiveness & Survivorship Study.

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Suicide: 5α-reductase inhibitors safe…sort of

Regulatory agencies have expressed concerns about the potential for 5α-reductase inhibitors to lead to suicidality and/or depression, but little research has been done.

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