Surgery for primary hyperparathyroidism : Patients continue to be at increased risk of renal stone disease 10 years after surgery
Medical school applications—a critical situation : The supply of medical students may not meet the demands of medical school expansion in the United Kingdom
Volume of procedures and outcome of treatment : The NHS needs to harness the relation more effectively
Urinary stress incontinence : Benefits of using tension-free vaginal tape remain unproved
Your career: planning for the unexpected : Come to the BMJ Careers Fair and learn how to think about an unpredictable future
Human genome pioneers are awarded Nobel prize
Rules on gene therapy are tightened after leukaemia alert
In brief
Genomes of the malaria mosquito and parasite are sequenced
Breast self examination does not improve cancer survival
Pregnancy and early smoking increases breast cancer risk
Selling a kidney fails to rescue Indians from poverty
Report demands better protection for people in research trials
Developed countries should not impose ethics on other countries
Prospective cohort study of routine use of risk assessment scales for prediction of pressure ulcers
Using vital signs to diagnose impaired consciousness: cross sectional observational study
It works in every country
Where does blood go? Prospective observational study of red cell transfusion in north England
Socioeconomic position in childhood and adulthood and insulin resistance: cross sectional survey using data from British women's heart and health study
Risk of renal stone events in primary hyperparathyroidism before and after parathyroid surgery: controlled retrospective follow up study
Insecticide impregnated curtains to control domestic transmission of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Venezuela: cluster randomised trial
Teething symptoms: cross sectional survey of five groups of child health professionals
Predictors of normotension on withdrawal of antihypertensive drugs in elderly patients: prospective study in second Australian national blood pressure study cohort
Erving Goffman revisited
Developing the role of patients as teachers: literature review
Of middle years and white coats
Squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck
Commentary: Head and neck carcinomas in the developing world
Bleeding risks of antithrombotic therapy
The cycle of abuse goes on
Evaluating complementary medicine: methodological challenges of randomised controlled trials
Submitting articles to the BMJ
Ethical market in organs : Market of organs is unethical under any circumstances
Ethical market in organs : Proposal is problematic
Ethical market in organs : Defending the indefensible?
Diagnosing brain death : Honesty is best policy
Diagnosing brain death : Guidelines for United Kingdom were not described
Adrenal insufficiency after treatment with fluticasone : Second line controller treatment might have been tried
Adrenal insufficiency after treatment with fluticasone : Data on fluticasone are reassuring but what about doctors' prescribing?
Adrenal insufficiency after treatment with fluticasone : Dose-response curve should have been highlighted
Adrenal insufficiency after treatment with fluticasone : Lowest possible dose of inhaled glucocorticoids should be given
Adrenal insufficiency after treatment with fluticasone : Summary of rapid responses
Education on preventing HIV is paramount
September 11 might be shock treatment for addressing global health inequalities
Results of study on walk-in centres are only to be expected
More on doctors and pilots : Monitoring by Big Brother may not be a Bad Thing
More on doctors and pilots : Doctors have only themselves to blame
John Oliver Pearce Edgcumbe
Austin Gerard O'Malley
Charles Anthony Rushmer
Cyril Valentine Shanahan
Joseph Sharkey
William Marshall Walker
Peter Hansell
Y: The Descent of Men
Limeys: The True Story of One Man's War against Ignorance, the Establishment and the Deadly Scurvy
MS and sex link puts neurologist in hotseat
Netlines
Is general practice really so bad?
Night dive
Minerva