MMR vaccine: the continuing saga : Current concerns are idiosyncratic: most reviews have confirmed the vaccine's safety
How policy informs the evidence : “Evidence based” thinking can lead to debased policy making
Death underfunded : The mortuary service needs resources not resignations
Improving access to emergency contraception : Allowing pharmacy sales should help reduce unwanted pregnancies
The risk of venous thromboembolism from air travel : The evidence is only circumstantial
House of Lords supports human embryonic stem cell research
Canada asked to recruit fewer South African doctors
In brief
Holy water not always a blessing
NICE approves drugs for Alzheimer's disease
Campaigners for breast feeding claim partial victory
Pop musicians boycott Nestlé promotion
English government sets out first national cancer standards
Scientists discover possible test for schizophrenia
Emergence of BSE in Spain provokes political spat
Cannabis trial launched in patients with MS
Drug companies help pay for Bush inauguration
Spare the television and improve the child
Exercise during pregnancy may increase birth weight
Bush cuts aid to overseas groups helping women obtain abortions
Resistin: a new hormone that links obesity with type 2 diabetes
Pfizer accused of testing new drug without ethical approval
GPs warned on accepting hospitality from drug companies
Qualitative analysis of psychosocial impact of diagnosis of Chlamydia trachomatis : implications for screening
Birth weight and cognitive function in the British 1946 birth cohort: longitudinal population based study
Insulin-like growth factor and cognitive function
When cigarettes were acceptable
Helping people with severe mental illness to obtain work: systematic review
Who retires early from the NHS because of ill health and what does it cost? A national cross sectional study
Palmtop medical information
Effect of recolonisation with “interfering” α streptococci on recurrences of acute and secretory otitis media in children: randomised placebo controlled trial
The Mystical Marriage
Management of patients who deliberately harm themselves
Superspecialisation BC
Narcolepsy mistaken for epilepsy
HLA typing
Progress
Chronic viral hepatitis
Using evidence to inform health policy: case study
Cribbage
Sifting the evidence—what's wrong with significance tests?
Sifting the evidence—what's wrong with significance tests? : Another comment on the role of statistical methods
Time to talk about rape : Women must be free to take charge of their own lives
Time to talk about rape : Joint initiatives can improve services for complainants of sexual assault
Chemotherapy for advanced colorectal cancer : Please aim for accuracy rather than hard hitting headlines
Chemotherapy for advanced colorectal cancer : Does the evidence or the doctor have the greater influence?
Chemotherapy for advanced colorectal cancer : Authors' reply
Chemotherapy for advanced colorectal cancer : Patients need time to reflect on uncertainties surrounding palliative chemotherapy
Recent advances in palliative care : United Kingdom continues to lead in palliative care
Recent advances in palliative care : Importance of palliative care for children is being increasingly recognised
How to manage the first episode of schizophrenia : Authors did not take account of systematically collected information
How to manage the first episode of schizophrenia : Innovations in service provision need evidence, not opinion
How to manage the first episode of schizophrenia : Authors' reply
Thiazolidinediones for type 2 diabetes : No evidence exists that pioglitazone induces hepatic cytochrome P450 isoform CYP3A4
Thiazolidinediones for type 2 diabetes : All glitazones may exacerbate heart failure
Revised guideline for prescribing vigabatrin in children : Guideline's claim about infantile spasms is not based on appropriate evidence
Revised guideline for prescribing vigabatrin in children : Advisory group's reply
Do tobacco companies encourage young people to smoke? : Accusations against Philip Morris USA are untrue
Do tobacco companies encourage young people to smoke? : Philip Morris does market to young people
Do tobacco companies encourage young people to smoke? : I'm still waiting for my reward
What is suspected heart failure with preserved left ventricular systolic function? : Clinical suspicion of diastolic heart failure should rely on more than symptoms of dyspnoea
What is suspected heart failure with preserved left ventricular systolic function? : Paper does not provide evidence that diastolic dysfunction is a misdiagnosis
What is suspected heart failure with preserved left ventricular systolic function? : Measurement of E:A ratio is both insensitive and non-specific
What is suspected heart failure with preserved left ventricular systolic function? : Author's reply
New drug discovery techniques are not so revolutionary
Health professionals need more information on vertical transmission of HIV
David Alexander Baird
Henry Oswald Chisholm
Terence English
Ernest Christopher Bernard Hall-Craggs
Gordon Tom Eric Jenkins (Jenks)
John David Oriel
Robert Vaughan (Roy) Roberts
John Westwood Sandison
Joseph Francis Smith
Harold Sterndale
Caring for Muslim Patients
Immigrant Women's Health: Problems and Solutions
On the Fabric of the Human Body
Book I: The Bones and Cartilages
Book II: The Ligaments and Muscles
Health Care in the New Millennium: Vision, Values and Leadership
How animal passions became aroused
Animal research
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