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The New England Journal of Medicine () is the world’s leading medical journal and website.
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NEJM 5h
Clinical Pearls & Morning Reports: A 22-year-old woman with a history of sickle cell disease and migraine headaches presented with weakness that had caused her to fall on the day of admission.
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NEJM 7h
A 68-year-old man presented with neck swelling, toothache, fever, and difficulty swallowing solids and liquids. A clinical diagnosis of Ludwig’s angina was made.
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NEJM 10h
Original Article: Trial of Galcanezumab in Prevention of Episodic Cluster Headache
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Perspective: In recent years, several manufacturers have earned hundreds of millions of dollars in annual revenue from rare-disease drugs. Such cases raise the question of whether the Orphan Drug Act should be reformed to better align with patients’ needs.
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NEJM 15h
A significant new use rule issued by the EPA creates loopholes that will permit continued and potentially expanded use of .
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Perspective: Vaccination over Parental Objection — Should Adolescents Be Allowed to Consent to Receiving Vaccines?
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NEJM Jul 14
Perspective: In the face of measles outbreaks, New York City mandated vaccination in four Brooklyn ZIP Codes, raising legal, ethical, and practical concerns. Read more:
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NEJM Jul 14
Review Article: Hemolytic Transfusion Reactions
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NEJM Jul 14
Latest Quick Take video: Treating Episodic Cluster Headache
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NEJM Jul 13
Original Article: Enzalutamide with Standard First-Line Therapy in Metastatic Prostate Cancer
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NEJM Jul 13
Read "Sister First, Doctor Second," a Perspective article by .
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NEJM Jul 13
Original Article: C-Reactive Protein Testing to Guide Antibiotic Prescribing for COPD Exacerbations
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NEJM Jul 13
In this week's Perspective Audio Interview, Julie Cantor discusses steps taken by local governments to control the spread of measles.
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NEJM Jul 12
Images in Clinical Medicine: Whooping Cough in a Young Infant
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NEJM Jul 12
Perspective: Reforming the Orphan Drug Act for the 21st Century
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NEJM Jul 12
Trust is the foundation of relationships between patients and the health care system. But medicine is changing, and individual patient–doctor relationships are now developed within a broader context.
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NEJM Jul 12
Treatment with the oral calcitonin gene–related peptide receptor antagonist rimegepant resulted in freedom from migraine pain 2 hours after the dose in 20% of patients; 12% of the patients who received placebo were pain-free.
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NEJM Jul 12
With up-front investments, participation in ACO shared savings contracts by providers serving rural and underserved areas was associated with lower Medicare spending than that among non-ACO providers.
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NEJM Jul 12
Perspective: Parents’ resistance to vaccination is leaving more children vulnerable to measles and other preventable illnesses. Most states, however, don’t authorize adolescents to independently consent to vaccination.
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NEJM Jul 11
Perspective: Mandatory Measles Vaccination in New York City — Reflections on a Bold Experiment
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