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Trial outcomes are applicable to all comparable patients
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Stem cell therapy: hope or hype?
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Management of stroke in childhood
Clever searching for evidence
Participants in research
GMC challenges court ruling on end of life decisions
Private sector operations to rise from 4% to 11% of total
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Bill Gates says rich governments are failing the developing world
FDA needs more sophisticated approach to drug safety
Chemotherapy and hormonal treatments improve the 15 year survival rate for breast cancer
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UK group puts £74m into research infrastructure
MEPs vote to end right of individuals to opt out of 48 hour week
WHO should take the lead in combating obesity
Doctor who exaggerated child abuse is cleared of misconduct
Row breaks out over paying for artificial nutrition in Germany
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Medical journals are corrupted by dependence on drug companies
WHO admits to “blundering around” in fight against avian flu
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Role of radiography in predicting progression of osteoarthritis of the hip: prospective cohort study
Trends in prevalence of asthma and allergy in Finnish young men: nationwide study, 1966-2003
Changes in atopy over a quarter of a century, based on cross sectional data at three time periods
Analysis of the distribution of time that patients spend in emergency departments
Submitting articles to the BMJ
Chronic fatigue in developing countries: population based survey of women in India
A little give and take
More common skin infections in children
Humanitarian assistance: standards, skills, training, and experience
Characteristic and incidental (placebo) effects in complex interventions such as acupuncture
Building on the GMC's achievements
Cardiologists embrace new terminology
Secondary prevention of heart disease with statins
Secondary prevention of heart disease with statins
Secondary prevention of heart disease with statins
Secondary prevention of heart disease with statins
Using antibiotics in suspected haemolytic-uraemic syndrome
Using antibiotics in suspected haemolytic-uraemic syndrome
HIV/AIDS demographics in US county and southeast England are similar
Crusading for change in the Catholic Church
Crusading for change in the Catholic Church
Evidence on youth suicide prevention highlights research gaps
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Prevailing publishing system is irrevocably broken
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Margaret Curtis (née Fisher)
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