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The Implications of Clonal Genome Evolution for Cancer Medicine

New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 368, Issue 9, Page 842-851, February 2013. ...

Protecting Patient Privacy and Data Security

New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 368, Issue 11, Page 977-979, March 2013. ...

Ensuring Public Health Neutrality

New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 368, Issue 12, Page 1073-1075, March 2013. ...

ICDTag: A Prototype for a Web-Based System for Organizing Physician-Written Blog Posts Using a Hybrid Taxonomy-Folksonomy Approach

27 February 2013 ICDTag: A Prototype for a Web-Based System for Organizing Physician-Written Blog Posts Using a Hybrid Taxonomy-Folksonomy Approach ...

Two drugs for type 2 diabetes seem to raise risk of acute pancreatitis, study shows

People with type 2 diabetes who take exenatide and sitagliptin have double the risk of hospitalisation for acute pancreatitis as people who use other antidiabetes drugs, a study published in JAMA... ...

NHS could learn from developing countries about efficiency, conference hears

Innovations in the way healthcare is delivered are coming from the developing world, not Europe or the United States, the former UK health minister Ara Darzi told a conference.Darzi, chairman of the... ...

Two drugs for type 2 diabetes seem to raise risk of acute pancreatitis, study shows

People with type 2 diabetes who take exenatide and sitagliptin have double the risk of hospitalisation for acute pancreatitis as people who use other antidiabetes drugs, a study published in JAMA... ...

NHS could learn from developing countries about efficiency, conference hears

Innovations in the way healthcare is delivered are coming from the developing world, not Europe or the United States, the former UK health minister Ara Darzi told a conference.Darzi, chairman of the... ...

Maximising opportunities for increased antiretroviral treatment in children in an existing HIV programme in rural South Africa

Abstract Problem Infants and young children infected with HIV as a result of mother to child transmission are not being identified or started with antiretroviral treatment (ART) in line with HIV... ...

Maximising opportunities for increased antiretroviral treatment in children in an existing HIV programme in rural South Africa

Abstract Problem Infants and young children infected with HIV as a result of mother to child transmission are not being identified or started with antiretroviral treatment (ART) in line with HIV... ...

Christopher Patrick Silver

Christopher Patrick Silver was educated at King’s School, Bruton and Hertford College, Oxford. ...

John Harwood Keen

After posts across the country and national service in Hong Kong, John Harwood Keen was appointed as consultant paediatrician at Booth Hall Children’s Hospital and North Manchester General Hospital,... ...

Robert Martin Nicholl

Robert Martin Nicholl (“Robbie”) joined the Royal Marines in 1944 and was demobbed in 1946 to study medicine at Queens University Belfast. ...

Geoffrey Donald Parbrook

After house jobs in the Birmingham area, Geoffrey Donald Parbrook (“Geoff”) did national service with the Royal Air Force in Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and Singapore from 1954 to 1956. ...

Rhona Watkins

Rhona Watkins was brought up in East Kilbride and educated at Park School for Girls and Glasgow University, where she graduated in 1977. ...

John Hodgson Willis

Having joined the navy during the last two years of the war, John Hodgson Willis revelled in the student life of St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, playing rugby on the wing alongside several... ...

Suspected left sided diverticulitis

Learning pointsLeft sided diverticulitis can be accurately diagnosed by clinical findings and laboratory tests in only a few patients so imaging tests are usually necessary to confirm the... ...

NHS should ban use of starch based intravenous fluids, say researchers

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Cover Picture: Fluorinated Boron-Dipyrromethene (BODIPY) Dyes: Bright and Versatile Probes for Surface Analysis (ChemistryOpen 1/2013)

Retrieving quantitative molecular information from macroscopic areas in a reliable manner at micrometric resolution is a challenging task, yet essential for a better understanding and control of the assembly of (bio)chemical entities on a functional surfa ...

Fluorinated Boron-Dipyrromethene (BODIPY) Dyes: Bright and Versatile Probes for Surface Analysis

Abstract Invited for this month′s cover is the group of Dr. Knut Rurack. The cover picture shows a bright fluorescent dye (green halo) containing a high number of fluorine atoms (blue) for the assessment of reactive amino groups on a glass surface by two c ...

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