Putting genetics in perspective : Requires better understanding and more rational debate
Genetics and developing countries : The human genome has unifying messages as well as the potential to divide
Pharmacogenetics : Industry and academic researchers must collaborate to deliver its benefits
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis : Needs to be tightly regulated
The promise of human genetic databases : High ethical as well as scientific standards are needed
Drug companies withdraw law suit against South Africa
Drug company lobbyist joins Oxfam's cheap drugs campaign
In brief
Doctors demand immediate access to antiretroviral drugs in Africa
NHS introduces new patient safety agency
Government to introduce safer administration of cancer drugs after fatal error
GPs threaten to leave NHS as stress levels rocket
Dissolving sugar helps nerve regeneration
New BMA book highlights human rights abuses
NHS ignoring prisoners' health needs, says report
Manufacturing process helps Scottish hospital halve MRSA rates
Rebirthing therapy banned after girl died in struggle
Doctor convicted of £4m fraud against NHS
US government limits abortion pill for poor women
Kidney stones may be linked with sleep posture
Review of generic drugs industry to go ahead, says trade commission
Three views of genetics: the enthusiast, the visionary, and the sceptic
Milburn challenges NHS to exploit genetics revolution
UK genetics database plans revealed
Insurers will not use test results from research
Mortality over two centuries in large pedigree with familial hypercholesterolaemia: family tree mortality study
Commentary: Role of other genes and environment should not be overlooked in monogenic disease
Value of family history in identifying women at risk of venous thromboembolism during oral contraception: observational study
Gestational impaired glucose tolerance does not increase perinatal mortality in a developing country: cohort study
The man who had 42 psychiatrists (and rising)
The challenge of integrating genetic medicine into primary care
Postgenomic technologies: hunting the genes for common disorders
Online medical genetics resources: a US perspective
Online medical genetics resources: a UK perspective
Advice about mammography for a young woman with a family history of breast cancer
Blood pressure measurement : Part II—Conventional sphygmomanometry: technique of auscultatory blood pressure measurement
Integrated regional genetic services: current and future provision
Commentary: The future development of regional genetic services will rely on partnerships
The complexities of predictive genetic testing
Genetic risk and behavioural change
Stored tissue may be important for the future care of families
Genetics and insurance: a possible solution
Confidential inquiries should be funded in clinical genetics
Screening for familial hypercholesterolaemia : Funding is difficult to obtain but screening can be international
Screening for familial hypercholesterolaemia : Early identification and treatment of patients is important
Screening for medium chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency is being evaluated
Collusion in doctor-patient communication : Patients rarely regret optimism
Collusion in doctor-patient communication : Specialist palliative care staff could act as treatment brokers
Collusion in doctor-patient communication : Knowing is not always best
Collusion in doctor-patient communication : Doctors should adopt patient's perspective
Bicycle helmets : Risk taking is influenced by people's perception of safety and danger
Bicycle helmets : Debate is counterproductive
Bicycle helmets : Using helmets alone will not prevent serious bicycle injuries
Bicycle helmets : Subsequences and consequences need to be distinguished
Bicycle helmets : Mountain biking is particularly dangerous
Deliberate self harm is common reason for emergency medical admission
Mortuary facilities : Funding is needed, not scapegoats
Mortuary facilities : Histopathology laboratories often have inadequate mortuary facilities
Mortuary facilities : These facilities are inadequate in Australia too
Mortuary facilities : British public will have to pay more taxes
Mortuary facilities : Public is unable to cope with realities of death
William Muir Connell
Thomas Galla
Mervin Glasser
Charles Guy Pantin
Syed Karamat Husain Zaidi
Genetics and Public Health in the 21st Century: Using Genetic Information to Improve Health and Prevent Disease
Decoding Darkness: The Search for the Genetic Causes of Alzheimer's Disease
Genetics in Medicine: Real Promises, Unreal Expectations. One scientist's advice to policymakers in the United Kingdom and the United States
The Spark of Life
Genetic information and the unexamined life
Putting the genetics genie back into its bottle
Value of genetic counselling: a parent's view
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