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U.S. to push for coalition to fight 'cancer' of Islamic State: Kerry
Reuters - 4 Hours ago
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at a news conference at the conclusion of the AUSMIN meeting at Admiralty House in Sydney August 12, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Jason Reed (Reuters) - U.S.
U.S. to push for coalition to fight 'cancer' Islamic State MSN News
U.S. to push for coalition to fight 'cancer' of Islamic State -Kerry AlertNet
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Novartis investigational heart failure medicine LCZ696 cut cardiovascular deaths
Big News Network - 3 Hours ago
LCZ696 mortality benefit exceeded what was achieved with enalapril, an ACE-inhibitor, when replacing? enalapril combined with current treatment regimen for ...
Novartis’ investigational heart failure medicine LCZ696 cut cardiovascular deaths Noodls
Novartis' investigational heart failure medicine LCZ696 cut cardiovascular deaths Applied Clinical Trials
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Cancer patient gets dying wish, weds gal he loves
Vida en el Valle - 109 Minutes ago
GREEN BAY, Wis. When Harley Thomas learned in August that he would have just three months to live, he told his doctors he wanted nothing more than to marry the woman he loves. The Cancer Team at Bellin
Wisconsin cancer patient gets dying wish, weds gal he loves Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Natural Cure for Yeast Infection Review Exposes New Natural Treatment
Bio-Medicine - 3 Hours ago
Daily Gossip reveals in its recently published review that the Natural Cure for Yeast Infection is a method created by Sarah Summer, who can perfectly understand what suffering from yeast infection means.
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Overdoses on Painkillers Decreased in States With Medical Marijuana
San Francisco Chronicle - 15 Hours ago
Harbor Village Florida Comments on Overdoses on Painkillers Decreasing in States with Medical Marijuana USA (PRWEB) August 29, 2014 According to a CNN article, entitled Medical Marijuana Laws May
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[Case Report] Nail gun penetrating cardiac injury in a young child
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Limited except certain content provided by third parties. The Lancet® is a registered trademark of Reed Elsevier Properties S.A., used under licence The Lancet.com website is
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[Review] Transformation of the education of health professionals in China: progress
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
In this Review we examine the progress and challenges of China's ambitious 1998 reform of the world's largest health professional educational system. The reforms merged training institutions into universities
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[Review] Harnessing the privatisation of China's fragmented health-care delivery
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
Although China's 2009 health-care reform has made impressive progress in expansion of insurance coverage, much work remains to improve its wasteful health-care delivery. Particularly, the Chinese health-care
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[Review] China's distinctive engagement in global health
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
China has made rapid progress in four key domains of global health. China's health aid deploys medical teams, constructs facilities, donates drugs and equipment, trains personnel, and supports malaria
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[Review] Can China diminish its burden of non-communicable diseases and injuries
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
China has rapidly progressed through epidemiological and demographic transitions and is now confronting an increasing burden from non-communicable diseases and injuries. China could take advantage of
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[Clinical Picture] Acute gastric band slippage
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
A 25-year-old woman came to the accident and emergency department with a 12-h history of sudden onset regurgitation and complete dysphagia. She had had gastric banding in 2008, for morbid obesity. A plain
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[Articles] Global, regional, and national prevalence of overweight and obesity in
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
In 2010, overweight and obesity were estimated to cause 3·4 million deaths, 3·9% of years of life lost, and 3·8% of disability-adjusted life-years (DALYs) worldwide. The rise in obesity has led to widespread
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[Articles] Body-mass index and risk of 22 specific cancers: a population-based cohort
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
High body-mass index (BMI) predisposes to several site-specific cancers, but a large-scale systematic and detailed characterisation of patterns of risk across all common cancers adjusted for potential
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[Articles] Pulse oximetry with clinical assessment to screen for congenital heart
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
Several pioneering studies have provided evidence for the introduction of universal pulse oximetry screening for critical congenital heart disease. However, whether the benefits of screening reported
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[Correspondence] Israel–Gaza conflict – Authors' reply
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
, of theCorrespondence letterby Paola Manduca and colleagues—””—we received a large number of responses, critical and supportive. We have published 20 letters in print and online reflecting the diversity
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[Correspondence] Violence against doctors in China
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
Undoubtedly, the doctor—patient relationship has worsened in China.1 In the past two decades, there has been a lot of violence against doctors, with serious effects on the medical community and prospects
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[Correspondence] The crisis of Chinese medical journals
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
With the aim of transforming China into a research superpower by 2020, major investments have been made in medical research, covering basic scientific research, translational research, and clinical research.
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[Correspondence] Multisite licence to practise medicine in China
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
With the new multisite licence to practise medicine in China, doctors will be allowed to work at several medical institutions. The government hopes that with the implementation of this new policy, more
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[Correspondence] China needs to tackle the decline in medical school applicants
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
We read The Lancet's Editorial about violence against Chinese doctors with great interest.1 In the past 5 years, more than 30 Chinese doctors have been killed by their patients, which is unprecedented
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[Correspondence] Evolution of the perception of the doctor's role in China
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
The doctor—patient relationship is often associated with mistrust or even conflict in China today.1—3 Over time, there have been major changes in the role of doctors and their perception by patients:
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[Correspondence] Organ transplantation in China—not yet a new era–Authors’ reply
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
We very much appreciate the comments on our Correspondence in regard to a “new era for organ transplantation in China”.1 We are mindful that the qualification as “a new era” is a matter of contention
[Correspondence] Organ transplantation in China—not yet a new era Lancet
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[Obituary] Sheik Humarr Khan
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
Virologist and expert in viral haemorrhagic fevers who led Sierra Leone's Ebola response. He was born in Lungi, Sierra Leone, on March 6, 1975, and died from Ebola in Kailahun, Sierra Leone, on July 29,
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[Perspectives] China's health transitions
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
I’ve had two serious medical encounters in my life, a decade and an ocean apart. The first was in 2003. I’d just moved from Malaysia to the UK for school, and was visited by a bout of stomach cramps I
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[Perspectives] Yan Guo: shaping China's public health policy
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
The past two decades have seen China transformed in innumerable ways, but the country's overhaul of its primary care system and rapid improvements in child and maternal health have been particularly profound.
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[World Report] Rare diseases receive more attention in Brazil
Lancet - 21 Hours ago
A new national policy should help to promote early diagnosis of rare diseases in Brazil, say experts. Carlos Fioravanti reports from Monte Santo, Bahia, Brazil. Once a week, in the arid hinterland of
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