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Abiraterone acetate improves survival in high-risk non-metastatic prostate cancer

Sep 22, 2022

1. Abiraterone acetate plus standard treatment significantly increased length of metastasis-free survival in men with non-metastatic prostate cancer compared to control. 2. Regarding adverse events, h...

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Apr 25, 2022

(This May 28 story, adds dropped word "Smart" in paragraph 4 and corrects designation in paragraph 12 to nurse, not doctor) By Danish Siddiqui and Zeba Siddiqui NEW DELHI (Reuters) - It was bare...

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Half of med school graduates beginning surgical residency feel unprepared

May 29, 2022

Written by Physician's Weekly blogger, Skeptical Scalpel A survey of 3693 first and second-year surgical residents found that 1775 (48.1%) said medical school did not adequately prepare them for th...

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May 27, 2022

When most people think of human trafficking, they think of forced prostitution, child labor, or something similar. Slavery is often thought of as a blight in US history, something very far in the past...

Dr. Medlaw Q&A: Dealing With Non-Compliant Patients

Apr 25, 2022

Written by Dr. Medlaw: So many years and so much study spent.  Pre-med.  Medical school. Residency.  Practice and continued education. All to gain the skills and knowledge to help your patients ...

Comparison of Outcomes of Antibiotic Drugs and Appendectomy (CODA) Trial: What you need to know

Apr 24, 2022

The short-term results of the CODA trial have just been published in the New England Journal of Medicine. This study of over 1500 patients randomized to either appendectomy or antibiotics and found th...

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May 11, 2021

When most people think of human trafficking, they think of forced prostitution, child labor, or something similar. Slavery is often thought of as a blight in US history, something very far in the past...

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May 11, 2021

When most people think of human trafficking, they think of forced prostitution, child labor, or something similar. Slavery is often thought of as a blight in US history, something very far in the past...

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May 07, 2021

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May 07, 2021

When most people think of human trafficking, they think of forced prostitution, child labor, or something similar. Slavery is often thought of as a blight in US history, something very far in the past...

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Apr 01, 2021

When most people think of human trafficking, they think of forced prostitution, child labor, or something similar. Slavery is often thought of as a blight in US history, something very far in the past...

Serial Con Artist OB/GYN awaits trial

Oct 15, 2020

Written by Physician's Weekly blogger, Skeptical Scalpel Board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist Javaid Perwaiz is facing over 60 federal charges including 33 counts of making false statements re...

A Swedish Physician Reacts to Sweden's COVID-19 Response

Sep 23, 2020

As I got up to leave the conference room, I was nauseated. I was on an international meeting for neurosurgeons when a case was presented by my colleagues from the Netherlands of a 4-year-old who had s...

Part II: Avoiding Liability in Telemedicine: HIPAA & Informed Consent

Sep 20, 2020

That you are a responsible covered entity under HIPAA and a fiduciary for the privacy of your patients’ PHI do not decrease with telemedicine. In fact, it is a setting in which you want to be very c...

Unusual Cases Part 7: Growing Hair...and a Guidewire

Sep 14, 2020

Written by Physician’s Weekly blogger, Skeptical Scalpel   I Can’t Stomach This One An elderly man with a long history of a left inguinal hernia had several months of upper abdominal...

Legacy of the Plague

Sep 08, 2020

“Blessings for all you do.” “You Rock!” They arose from the grass on the median strip and stood there, beautifully askew in summer’s early morning mist; dozens of them. Created by loca...

A COVID Love Note from a Mother Physician

Sep 02, 2020

The following was originally posted at becomebraveenough.com.   The media right now is reporting the division of "sides" people are taking when it comes to the pandemic. Political agenda...

What Is the Optimal Dosing of Daptomycin for VRE Bacteremia?

Sep 02, 2020

The following was originally posted by Jasmine Marcelin, MD, to the University of Nebraska Medical Center Division Infectious Diseases blog.   This month’s #PharmToExamTable questi...

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