Beyond conflict of interest : Transparency is the key
Older people with schizophrenia : providing services for a neglected group
How can treatment of systemic sclerosis be improved? : By setting up a national database of all cases and entering patients into trials
Sentinel node biopsy in breast cancer : A promising technique, but it should not be introduced without proper trials
Change at last at WHO : But will the regions play ball?
Independent inquiry ordered into thoracic surgeon
UN amends policy on breast feeding
In brief
Correction
Fifty mice cloned by new technique
New gene associated with Alzheimer's disease
Hereditary cancer link supported
Mystery of "7000 extra doctors" explained
UK doctors may face revalidation
Extra 1000 medical school places by 2005
Operating the smokescreen : Chris Proctor tells Kamran Abbasi why he works for the tobacco industry
The "new WHO" commits to making a difference : Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland, incoming director general of the World Health Organisation (WHO), tells Adrea Mach how her new team is applying a crisp, private sector type approach to public sector priorities
Randomised controlled trial of intensive cognitive behaviour therapy for patients with chronic schizophrenia
Number needed to screen : development of a statistic for disease screening
Economic change, crime, and mortality crisis in Russia : regional analysis
Conflict of interest : Equanimity upset
Relation between obesity from childhood to adulthood and the metabolic syndrome : population based study
Mortality from dementias and neurodegenerative disorders in people aged 15-64 in England and Wales in 1979-96
Diagnosing fever by touch : observational study
The impact on general practitioners of the changing balance of care for elderly people living in institutions
Identification of patients with atrial fibrillation in general practice : a study of screening methods
Endpiece : Heredity and environment
Fortnightly Review : Polycystic ovarian syndrome
One hundred years ago : Hogarth's paintings at St. Bartholomew's Hospital
Ethical debate : Should industry sponsor research?
Ethical debate : Should industry sponsor research? Tobacco industry research
Ethical debate : Should industry sponsor research? Tobacco company sponsorship discredits medical but not all research
Ethical debate : Should industry sponsor research? Condemning the drinks industry rules out potentially useful research
Ethical debate : Should industry sponsor research? If the drinks industry does not clean up its act, pariah status is inevitable
Ethical debate : Should industry sponsor research? Collaborative research with infant formula companies should not always be censored
Ethical debate : Should industry sponsor research? How much research in infant feeding comes from unethical marketing?
Getting research findings into practice : Using research findings in clinical practice
A memorable patient : Happy ending
Consider validity, clinical relevance, and applicability of albumin for critically ill patients
Tobacco link with insurance : Allied Dunbar is owned by BAT Industries and endorsed by BMA Services
Tobacco link with insurance : Reply from BMA Services
Passive smoking and heart disease : Authors need to analyse the same data
Passive smoking and heart disease : Evidence on passive smoking and heart disease needs re-evaluation
Passive smoking and heart disease : BMJ should encourage open debate of available evidence
Passive smoking and heart disease : There must be better uses for money spent on vilifying passive smoking
Passive smoking and heart disease : There must be better uses for money spent on vilifying passive smoking
Passive smoking and lung cancer : Strength of evidence on passive smoking and lung cancer is overstated
Passive smoking and lung cancer : Risk extrapolation overestimates risk
Passive smoking and lung cancer : Accumulated evidence on lung cancer and environmental tobacco smoke
Passive smoking and lung cancer : Accumulated evidence on lung cancer and environmental tobacco smoke
The hot air on passive smoking : Experts who evaluated studies seem not to have had relevant experience
The hot air on passive smoking : Opinions depend on what sort of evidence is thought most convincing
The hot air on passive smoking : BAT has not tried to discredit data on passive smoking
Influenza vaccination policy and high risk subjects : Targeting and delivery should remain in general practice
Influenza vaccination policy and high risk subjects : Targeting and delivery should remain in general practice
Marketing of breast milk substitutes : Infant food manufacturers hope code will be implemented properly
Marketing of breast milk substitutes : Italy has initiatives regarding compliance with international code
Marketing of breast milk substitutes : Manufacturers have sponsored healthcare journals
All scientific content of the BMJ should declare authors' conflicts of interest
Skrabanek dedicated his life to generating scepticism
Di Bella's method of curing cancer is becoming popular in Italy
New variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease is more common in Britain than elsewhere
Health authority was never influenced by party political pressure
Mohammed Iftikar Akhter
Maurice Berger
Lindsay Steven Carstairs
Desmond Plunkett Dunphy
David Grime
David Brian Shaw
Prime minister reaffirms review body's independence
Quality document is too centralist
GMC consults on consent
Is this anyone's brolly?
Doctors fighting, fleeing, or facing up to death
A transient frenzy?
A Damn Bad Business : The NHS Deformed
General Practice Under the National Health Service, 1948-1997
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