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The Evidence-Based Medicine Manifesto aims to develop more trustworthy evidence to improve healthcare.
People with HIV are living full lives on ART, opening the door for new causes of death.
Organisations across Europe, including the Standing Committee of European Doctors, have called on the European Commission to develop an EU cycling strategy.
The new Health Trends Report says the tradition ways of conducting research and engaging in patient care are simply not enough in contemporary medicine.
FDA approves Truvada generic | Simplified HIV PEP regimen | Piperacillin-tazobactam for extended spectrum beta-lactamase UTI.
Recent studies suggest 10-y CSS can be as high as 70%, even without treatment.
It is important for GPs to fully understand what is on offer and what could be the implications for them.
Meta-analysis suggests use should be limited to certain cases.
Myocardial infarction accounted for 32 per cent of total avoidable deaths in those aged less than 75.
Suboptimal management of gout patients is a widespread problem.
No alarming reason to avoid pioglitazone in diabetes therapy.
The first human head transplant is planned for December 2017.
Six leading doctors’ organisations say the principle of medical neutrality must be applied to Brexit negotiations to avoid collateral damage to patients.
PSA persistence after radical prostatectomy predicts poor outcomes only in men with adverse pathology.
Results from a meta-analysis.