Areca nut use: an independent risk factor for oral cancer
Murder by fake drugs
Management of co-infection with HIV and TB
Epidemiology of HIV in China
Pakistan's doctors protest at killing of 13 colleagues this year
Staff shortages threaten public health in London
In brief
Indian group seeks ban on use of electroconvulsive therapy without anaesthesia
Bush to drop medical records privacy clause
Global Fund overwhelmed by requests
HIV drug under review as firm withdraws FDA application
Oregon jury hits Philip Morris with $150m damages for low tar cigarettes
WHO links long term pill use to cervical cancer
Modelling cost effectiveness of meningococcal serogroup C conjugate vaccination campaign in England and Wales
On becoming 79
Impact on survival of intensive follow up after curative resection for colorectal cancer: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised trials
Cross sectional survey of parents' experience and views of the postmortem examination
Systematic review of whether nurse practitioners working in primary care can provide equivalent care to doctors
Bridging medicine
Communicating accuracy of tests to general practitioners: a controlled study
Explaining risks: turning numerical data into meaningful pictures
Should milk be boiled?
Acute myocardial infarction—Part I
Unhappy doctors: what are the causes and what can be done?
The medical profession, the public, and the government
From guidance to practice: Why NICE is not enough
The treatment of an abscess is . . .
Legalising active euthanasia and physician assisted suicide
Legalising active euthanasia and physician assisted suicide
Legalising active euthanasia and physician assisted suicide
Legalising active euthanasia and physician assisted suicide
Legalising active euthanasia and physician assisted suicide
Legalising active euthanasia and physician assisted suicide
Legalising active euthanasia and physician assisted suicide
Doctors should not decide on medical and “existential” suffering
Medical education must be rehabilitated in Afghanistan
National screening programme for diabetic retinopathy
National screening programme for diabetic retinopathy
National screening programme for diabetic retinopathy
Infections and risk factors in entrants to Irish prisons
Infections and risk factors in entrants to Irish prisons
Complaints about advertising of medicines are encouraged
Declarations for new doctors are unnecessary
Continuity would be achieved with patient held records
Hospital responsibilities and communication must be clear
Pattern of some parents' complaints against doctors must be recognised
Investigating doctors' performance can cause problems of consent and confidentiality
Thomas Gordon Wadsworth
Alison Dalziel (née Shannon)
Philip Evans
Rob Harris
Boleslaw Zygmunt Jaskmanicki
Joseph Kevin McConnon
Denis Hubert Merrin
Herzl Sless
Prakash Chandra Srivastava
Harold James Macklin Stratton
Elisabeth Peta (“Jane”) Walker (née Shaw)
Dorthothy Wright (née Senior)
Living Proof: A Medical Mutiny
Allowing Dignity in Death
The Epidemiology of Diabetes Mellitus: An International Perspective
Bookcase
Assisted suicide
The role of role avoidance
A painful experience
Minerva