Treatment to change sexual orientation did not benefit patients...
...and health professionals had doubts about efficacy and ethics
Evidence of success of blinding in clinical trials is scant
Aspirin induced asthma is more common than previously suggested
Activation leaflets may improve patients' satisfaction...
...but perceived pressure from patients affects doctors' behaviour
Bupropion and telephone support helps smokers quit
Lessons from medicine's shameful past
Human cells from cloned embryos in research and therapy
Patients' expectations of consultations
Making amends for negligence
No time to train the surgeons
Prognosis after cochlear implantation
Korean scientists clone 30 human embryos
Study finds no connection between MMR vaccine and autism
In brief
GlaxoSmithKline staff told not to publicise ineffectiveness of its drug
100 000 children die needlessly from cancer every year
Charity makes cancer gene freely available across Europe
Reid refuses to accept all recommendations of Blofeld report
Mothers suspected of killing their babies might be dealt with outside criminal system
Bearing witness
Treatments of homosexuality in Britain since the 1950s—an oral history: the experience of patients
Treatments of homosexuality in Britain since the 1950s—an oral history: the experience of professionals
Turning a blind eye: the success of blinding reported in a random sample of randomised, placebo controlled trials
Systematic review of prevalence of aspirin induced asthma and its implications for clinical practice
Training for patients in a randomised controlled trial of self management of warfarin treatment
Coeliac disease and schizophrenia: population based case control study with linkage of Danish national registers
Case-control study of the effect of mechanical trauma on the risk of herpes zoster
Measuring science
Randomised controlled trial of effect of leaflets to empower patients in consultations in primary care
Importance of patient pressure and perceived pressure and perceived medical need for investigations, referral, and prescribing in primary care: nested observational study
Knowledge
How strong is the evidence of a link between environmental chemicals and adverse effects on human reproductive health?
Bradycardia in acute haemorrhage
Happiness is...
Nicotine replacement therapy
Treating nausea and vomiting during pregnancy
The future of clinical negligence litigation?
Too late for Christmas: quiz answers
what's the problem?
Pride comes...
Sickness certification system in the United Kingdom : Doctors are indeed agents of social control
Sickness certification system in the United Kingdom : Maybe charging for certificates clarifies matters
Sickness certification system in the United Kingdom : Medical certificates are challenging but essential part of job
Sickness certification system in the United Kingdom : Department for Work and Pensions is trying to address challenges
Public involvement in health care : Every voice counts, not just that of patients
Public involvement in health care : Public involvement is needed at highest level
Public involvement in health care : Process needs to be transparent and open
Public involvement in health care : Some things do count
NHS Modernisation Agency's way to improve health care
Health needs of women who have sex with women : Maybe new subspecialty is needed
Health needs of women who have sex with women : Methodological assumptions underlying conclusions should have been questioned
Health needs of women who have sex with women : Evidence is lacking that women who have sex with women are high risk group for cancer
Health needs of women who have sex with women : Cervical screening is offered without asking for sexual preferences
Health needs of women who have sex with women : Authors' reply
Health risks of overseas travel : Ignorance and complacency prevail about infectious diseases
Health risks of overseas travel : Perhaps treatment on return home should depend on having taken drug prophylaxis
Validity of Canadian studies : Author's response
Validity of Canadian studies : Response of editor of BMJ
Validity of Canadian studies : Response of editor in chief of Nutrition
Judd Marmor
Thomas David Meurig Adams
James Taylour Doyle Allen
Francis Exton Crawley
Albert Davis
Ian Cunningham Sinclair Knight
Peter Davison Knights
John Mackenzie Matheson
Graham Thomas
Pain: Passion, Compassion, Sensibility
Sexual Orientation in Child and Adolescent Health Care
Caring for Lesbian and Gay People: A Clinical Guide
Transplanting Human Tissue: Ethics, Policy, and Practice
Transplant: From Myth to Reality
A Physician Reflects: Herman Boerhaave and other essays
How (not) to be a good patient
Hank at The Shed
Minerva