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Case Report of HIV Clearance: A person who was infected with a defective HIV strain appears to have cleared the virus.
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In a phase I study, trastuzumab duocarmazine demonstrated antitumor activity with manageable toxicity in HER2-low breast cancers and other solid tumors.
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The House of God profiled physician burnout long before we called it that — Should aspiring doctors still read it? See Dr. Paul Sax's take in HIV and ID Observations.
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Accurately Diagnosing Giant Cell Arteritis
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 14
Prehospital Antibiotic Therapy and Mortality in Invasive Meningococcal Disease.
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 14
In a randomized trial, point-of-care C-reactive protein measurements lowered antibiotic prescribing without compromising clinical outcomes for patients with .
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 12
Tackling : A new approach. Using a tablet to perform risk screening followed by brief provider counseling was acceptable, feasible, and potentially effective at reducing and riding with impaired drivers:
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 14
Frequency of Conversion to High-Risk Use After an Emergency Department Opioid Prescription
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 13
An Oral Glucagon-Like Peptide-1 Agonist for Glycemic Control and Weight Loss: Oral semaglutide compared favorably with subcutaneous liraglutide.
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 13
When Mammography Identifies Dense Breasts, What's Next?
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 13
Want to improve your medical knowledge -- especially genetics research? Explore the Illustrated Glossary — simple, illustrated definitions of complex key terms.
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 13
This week's top story in : 2 out of 3 patients hospitalized with are prescribed for too long:
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 12
Dulaglutide prevented some adverse outcomes in patients with diabetes: particularly nonfatal strokes and incident macroalbuminuria.
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 12
Commonly used drugs are associated with excess risk for .
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 12
Tackling : A new approach. Using a tablet to perform risk screening followed by brief provider counseling was acceptable, feasible, and potentially effective at reducing and riding with impaired drivers:
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 12
Intensive weight loss programs are associated with improved biomarkers for disease in patients with NAFLD.
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 8
A meta-analysis associates high levels of physical activity with 26% lower rates of new onset of anxiety disorder or symptoms. Read what Dr. Claire Wilcox has to say about what we still need to learn about this association.
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NEJM Jul 11
New Quick Take video: Treating Episodic Cluster Headache
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 10
It's Time to Vent (Noninvasively): Noninvasive positive pressure ventilation prevents intubation and in-hospital mortality in patients with acute cardiogenic pulmonary edema.
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NEJM Journal Watch Jul 10
Polypharmacy impairs gait in older patients: Two studies reemphasize that the goal of cutting back medications to the minimum is vital, especially in frail elders.
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