Managing HIV disease after Delta : Questions remain about how to manage patients already on nucleoside monotherapy
Human papillomavirus infection : Pathogenesis suggest new strategies for preventing and treating cervical dysplasia and cancer
Case management : a dubious practice
Antenatal care on trial : Pregnant women don't like minimalist packages
Sustaining general practice : Re-engineering and a new charter are needed for the next millennium
My child's just knocked out a front tooth : Urgent treatment can save the tooth and the smile
Surgeon wins record libel damages
French parliament to control health costs
US dentists find new muscle of mastication
Policeman's recovery creates confusion
International group evaluates tamoxifen risks for women
Dopamine could reinforce smoking addiction
Australian doctors fight new euthanasia laws
Italy's fertility rate falls as women reject childbearing
HIV subtype may explain sexual transmission
Patient education campaign launched
Government admits mental health service problems
Amnesty criticises Algerian killings
Focus : London
Ethnic differences in risk of compulsary psychiatric admission among representative cases of psychosis in London
Serologically diagnosed infection with human papillomavirus type 16 and risk for subsequent development of cervical carcinoma : nested case-control study
Continuing transmission of sexually transmitted diseases among patients infected with HIV-1 attending genitourinary medicine clinics in England and Wales
History of chickenpox and steroid cards : a new warning?
Suicide and deprivation in Scotland
Cohort study of coffee intake and death from coronary heart disease over 12 years
A MEMORABLE PATIENT : No need to worry
A randomised controlled trial comparing two schedules of antenatal visits : the antenatal care project
My uncle, a GP in India
Should obstetricians see women with normal pregnancies? A multicentre randomised controlled trial of routine antenatal care by general practitioners and midwives compared with shared care led by obstetricians
Beginning a consultant career
Evaluation of a primary care anticoagulant clinic managed by a pharmacist
Recent Advances : Geriatric Medicine
The number needed to treat : a clinically useful nomogram in its proper context
How To Do It : Work in the European Union
Lesson of the Week : Hypovitaminosis D in immigrant women
Statistics Notes : Presentation of numerical data
Calculating correlation coefficients with repeated observations : Part 2--correlation between subjects
Robert James Weir
Andrew Martynoga
Denys Arthur Jennings
G I M Swyer
Maire Patricia Bellew
Anna Maria Campbell
William Shields Cunningham
David Henry ("Harry") Davies
John Vivian Garrett
Ernest Landau
James Malcolm Liston
Lewis Gordon MacLachlan
William Robert Ross
Peter Wholey Shillito
Andrew John Wadon
Hubert John Whiteley
Ernest Busby
Douglas Miller
Treatment for children with brain tumours : Paediatric oncologists collaborate internationally
Treatment for children with brain tumours : Referral pattern should change so that neurosurgeons can develop their experience
Treatment for children with brain tumours : Some treatment is only available abroad
Third generation oral contraceptives : CSM's advice will harm women's health worldwide
Third generation oral contraceptives : CSM should rethink its approach for such announcements
Third generation oral contraceptives : 12 percent Of women stopped taking their pill immediately they heard CSM's warning
Third generation oral contraceptives : How one clinic's practice conforms with CSM's advice
Third generation oral contraceptives : Postmarketing surveillance does not catch all adverse events
Third generation oral contraceptives : Study's results do not apply to norgestimate
Third generation oral contraceptives : Full description of controls is needed in study
Authors' reply : Third generation oral contraceptives
Cascade system for getting urgent information to doctors : CSM should use email and the Internet
Cascade systems for getting urgent information to doctors : The system works
Publishing information about patients : Obtaining consent to publication may be unethical in some cases
Publishing information about patients : GMC's guidelines should be followed before information is put on Internet
Confidentiality of information on NHS network must be addressed
Algorithm to detect left ventricular dysfunction after myocardial infarction : Low specificity of algorithm would lead to extensive overtreatment
Authors' reply : Algorithm to detect left ventricular dysfunction after myocardial infarction
Predictors of neonatal encephalopathy in full term infants : More information needed about possible role of thyroxine
Predictors of neonatal encephalopathy in full term infants : Measures used in study are hard to interpret
Authors' reply : Predictors of neonatal encephalopathy in full term infants
Epidural anaesthesia and low back pain after delivery
Use of drama in education : My Friend Willy has been well received in schools
Use of drama in education : Is popular and becoming increasingly common
Developed countries should stop spending on the arms trade too
Prominent ears : a Celtic perspective
Why do old men have big ears? The Chinese believe that long ears predict longevity . . .
Why do old men have big ears? . . . and that thick ears signify greater wealth
Why do old men have big ears? Correlation of ear length with age in Japan
Why do old men have big ears? Lifelong follow up study of young people is needed
Over spilt coffee
Holmes and a mystery
A palpable hit
Dying of embarrassment
Hidden killers
Chronic Illness : From Experience to Policy
Bringing the Hospital Home : Ethical and Social Implications of High-Tech Home Care