Selegiline in Parkinson's disease : No neuroprotective effect
The future of breast and ovarian cancer clinics : No longer just research--now a clinical need
Delayed childbearing : Fertility declines at 30 and is almost gone by 40
Infertility and the NHS : Purchasers should avoid the moral high ground
Developing Britain's police surgeon service : Needs better legal and forensic training
Cochlear implantation : A safe and cost effective treatment for profoundly deaf adults and children
Third generation oral contraceptives --the controversy
Headlines
NHS managers to go in new purge by Dorrell
Science throws light on HIV suppression
Foie gras war hots up for Christmas
Canadian bill could hurt confidentiality
Israeli doctors and patients face conflict
Expert group finds no evidence for cot death theory
Researchers argue over gene patents
BMA surveys doctors' attitudes
Overseas doctors face problems in New Zealand
Screening to prevent renal failure in insulin dependent diabetic patients : an economic evaluation
Commentary : Economics of diabetes care must move forwards
Improved survival in homozygous sickle cell disease : lessons from a cohort study
Comparison of therapeutic effects and mortality data of levodopa and levodopa combined with selegiline in patients with early, mild Parkinson's disease
Cancers coinciding with childbearing : delayed diagnosis during pregnancy?
Cost effectiveness of antenatal screening for cystic fibrosis
MISCELLANEOUS : Air sickness
Health checks and coronary risk : further evidence from a randomised controlled trial
Magnetic resonance imaging of the knee : direct access for general practitioners
Recent Advances : Dermatology
Ethical Debate : Should doctors be more proactive as advocates for victims of violence? Towards interagency procedures to protect victims and prevent violence
Ethical Debate : Should doctors be more proactive as advocates for victims of violence? The sociologist's view More convictions won't help victims of domestic violence
Ethical Debate : Should doctors be more proactive as advocates for victims of violence? The psychiatrist's view Preventing violent crime is not a medical role
Ethical Debate : Should doctors be more proactive as advocates for victims of violence? The moral philosopher's view The victim should decide
Ethical Debate : Should doctors be more proactive as advocates for victims of violence? The police surgeon's view Medical paternalism is unacceptable
Clinical trials and rare diseases : a way out of a conundrum
A patient's view : endoscopy
Guide to the Internet : Logging in, fetching files, reading news
ABC of Atrial Fibrillation : DRUGS FOR ATRIAL FIBRILLATION
Edith Paterson
Alex Mowat
Felix J J Letemendia
Harry Cunningham Churchill-Davidson
Leon Charkin
Patrick John Nihill Cox
William Ingram Emslie
Reginald David Gross
Thomas Leonard Cheesbrough Pratt
Scare over oral contraceptives : Effect on behaviour of women attending a family planning clinic
Scare over oral contraceptives : Effect on women in a general practice in Devon...
Scare over oral contraceptives : ...and south Wales
Scare over oral contraceptives : Main public health issue is failure to use contraception
Scare over oral contraceptives : New group will review evidence for effective care in family planning
Scare over oral contraceptives : Doctors should take warning seriously
Scare over oral contraceptives : If a woman has not had a thrombotic event in years of use she is unlikely to have one now
Scare over oral contraceptives; Committee's action has compromised continuing studies
Scare over oral contraceptives : Risk is highest during first months of use
Scare over oral contraceptives : Studies implicate only gestodene and desogestrel
Scare over oral contraceptives : Committee's action will undermine further research and development
Scare over oral contraceptives : Was Committee on Safety of Medicines' advice arrived at lawfully?
Placebo effects : Psychological, sociological, and general practice research may elucidate effects
Placebo effects : Concept of placebo should be discarded
Placebo effects : Placebos used not to be used in studies
Deciding which selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor to prescribe
Treating mentally disordered prisoners : Mental Health Act Commission should visit prisons
Treating mentally disordered prisoners : Solution to treating prisoners in hospital is financial
Transverse myelitis unlikely to be due to measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine
General practitioners' depression
Notification of tuberculosis is compatible with venereal diseases regulations
Problem based learning at medical school : Some people think it's thrilling...
Problem based learning at medical school : ... but not all do
Problem based learning at medical school : Problem based learning has been used for years in general practice in London ...
Problem based learning at medical school : ... and has been introduced successfully in Manchester
Mobility after amputation of a lower limb
Scientific and letter fraud in the Victorian era
A living will is not euthanasia
Accident and emergency doctors lack proper training in trauma
Review of prescribed treatment for children with asthma : Weaknesses in methods and analysis limit conclusions
Review of prescribed treatment for children with asthma : More recent data suggest guidelines are being adhered to
Author's reply : Review of prescribed treatment for children with asthma
Managing cleft lip and palate
F(r)iends
Purine biosynthesis and other hits
Silent suffering
Was it wrong to want a baby?
Cardiac surgery in the Dunkirk spirit
Sexual Health Promotion in General Practice
Human Cytokines : Their Role in Disease and Therapy