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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Issues Ruling on 2015 Reimbursement   - 8 Hours ago
New rule creates a pathway for further adoption of Hologic 3D mammography beyond Medicare patients PR Newswire BEDFORD, Mass., Oct. 31, 2014 BEDFORD, Mass., Oct. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hologic,
  
    



New Study Examines Big Data Presence, Utilization across Medical and Commercial   - 12 Hours ago
CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Oct. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The last decade has seen an explosion in the availability of data that can deliver valuable insights for the pharmaceutical sector -- from Electronic Medical
  
    




[Correspondence] Survival in acute myocardial infarction – Authors' reply   - 9 Hours ago
We thank Robin Norris for his comments on our study,1 and we strongly agree with him that resuscitation after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest is an important aspect of the quality of care of patients with
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[Correspondence] The COPSI Trial: additional fidelity testing needed – Authors'   - 9 Hours ago
We are most grateful to Nitin Gupta and R Srinivasamurthy for raising important points in their Correspondence. We would like to clarify the question assessed in the COPSI trial1 and to outline which
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[Case Report] Never say never: unexpected herpes lymphadenitis   - 9 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
  
    



[The Lancet Commissions] Culture and health   - 9 Hours ago
Planned and unplanned migrations, diverse social practices, and emerging disease vectors transform how health and wellbeing are understood and negotiated. Simultaneously, familiar illnesses—both communicable
  
    


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[Clinical Picture] Poppers maculopathy   - 9 Hours ago
A 30-year-old white man with no ocular history presented to eye casualty in Sidcup in October, 2012, with bilateral central visual loss, following inhalation of poppers. On examination his visual acuity
  
    



[Articles] All-oral daclatasvir plus asunaprevir for hepatitis C virus genotype   - 9 Hours ago
An unmet need exists for interferon-free and ribavirin-free treatments for chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection. In this study, we assessed all-oral therapy with daclatasvir (NS5A replication complex
  
    



[Articles] Efficacy of paracetamol for acute low-back pain: a double-blind, randomised   - 9 Hours ago
Regular paracetamol is the recommended first-line analgesic for acute low-back pain; however, no high-quality evidence supports this recommendation. We aimed to assess the efficacy of paracetamol taken
  
    


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[Articles] Dual-antiplatelet treatment beyond 1 year after drug-eluting stent implantation   - 9 Hours ago
Optimum duration of dual antiplatelet treatment (DAPT) after coronary stenting remains uncertain, with an unknown efficacy to safety ratio of extended treatment leading to discrepancies between international
  
    



[Correspondence] E-cigarettes in the UK: a more inclusive debate is needed   - 9 Hours ago
What a peculiar situation I find myself in. Not long after starting vaping—after 23 years of smoking—I realised that things were being grossly misunderstood about what e-cigarettes could offer to smokers.
  
    



[Correspondence] Save a Child's Heart project in Israel   - 9 Hours ago
We would like to emphasise the efforts of many Israeli doctors who care for patients from Arab countries and other countries, despite the belligerent situation in the Middle East. Hospitals in Northern
  
    


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[Correspondence] Bridging medical education and clinical practice   - 9 Hours ago
Medical students in the UK welcomed Richard Horton's call for social accountability in medical education (Sept 13, p 940).1 Meeting his challenge—“what can we achieve right now?”—students nationwide are
  
    



[Correspondence] Continued child survival gains will require societal change   - 9 Hours ago
If a child born today has half the risk of dying than if born in 1990, as stated in Joy Lawn's Comment (Sept 13, p 931),1 this is indeed a remarkable achievement. The substantial drop, notwithstanding
  
    



[Correspondence] Emerging arboviruses in the Pacific   - 9 Hours ago
Dengue virus is the causal agent of dengue fever and is typically characterised by fever, myalgia, arthralgia, rash, and sometimes severe and life-threatening clinical symptoms. This virus is regarded
  
    



[Perspectives] Migration and health in southeast Asian history   - 9 Hours ago
The 19th century witnessed a rapid expansion in migration across Asia. In the century after 1840, around 20 million people from China and 30 million Indians moved to the growing cities and plantations
  
    



[Perspectives] David Napier: cultivating the role of culture in health   - 9 Hours ago
Each autumn, in Adirondack Park, Upstate New York, David Napier invites a few kindred spirits to what he describes, tongue firmly in cheek, as a philosophers' camp in the grounds of his cabin in the woods.
  
    



[Perspectives] The waiting room   - 9 Hours ago
When I was a college senior trying to decide whether or not to delay applying to medical school so that I could attend a graduate creative writing programme, my mother sent me a handwritten copy of W
  
    



[World Report] Profile: The Barcelona Institute for Global Health   - 9 Hours ago
The Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) represents the accumulation of three decades of experience in this specialty. Barcelona's Hospital Clinic established Spain's first tropical medicine
  
    



[World Report] India's new policy aims to close gaps in mental health care   - 9 Hours ago
India is ramping up its response to the nation's high burden of mental health problems with a new policy to scale up care but questions remain over implementation. Dinesh C Sharma reports. A September,
  
    



[World Report] The European Working Time Directive: a decade on   - 9 Hours ago
European legislation to curb junior doctors' working hours is still a contentious issue 10 years on as debates about patient safety, training, and work—life balance continue. Catriona Maybury reports.
  
    



[Comment] Offline: Statins—where is the leadership?   - 9 Hours ago
On Oct 21, a group of public health scientists and medical political leaders wrote to Sarah Wollaston, Chair of the UK House of Commons Health Select Committee, to call for an independent investigation
  
    



[Comment] Do patients with acute low-back pain need paracetamol?   - 9 Hours ago
In The Lancet , Christopher Williams and colleagues 1 describe the findings of the Paracetamol for Low-Back Pain Study (PACE), which show that paracetamol was not more effective than placebo in patients
  
    



[Comment] Dual antiplatelet treatment after stenting: is longer better?   - 9 Hours ago
During the past decade, drug-eluting stents (DES) have emerged as a preferred and highly effective treatment for patients with symptomatic coronary artery disease. Stent thrombosis, the Achilles heel
  
    



[Comment] The RCP's five-point plan for the next UK Government   - 9 Hours ago
In September, 2014, the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) launched its five-point plan for the next UK Government ( panel ). 1 With the 2015 UK general election approaching, the RCP's plan calls on government
  
    
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