Uncertainty of outcome removes ethical dilemma in trials of cancer drugs
Abortion of unwanted first pregnancy may not increase risk of depression
COX 2 inhibitors may not be safer for the stomach
Twins have lower IQ in childhood
Obesity and hunger: where is the global balance?
Walking exercise improves bowel preparation before colonoscopy
In praise of uncertainty
New international consensus on cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Health and climate change: a call for action
End of life decisions
Preventing HIV infection
Global warming must be limited to 2°C, scientists say
Health economist cautions against new breast cancer drug
In brief
Japanese encephalitis outbreak kills 1300 children in India
French government is urged to fight alcohol misuse
Doctors urged to present views in an objective way to the media
GMC suspends doctor for false research claims
Rationing of joint replacements raises fears of further cuts
English survey shows wide disparity in joint replacement rates
Exhibition shows positive effect of antiretrovirals
New technique improves safety of islet cell transplantation
Hospitals must be more open about safety, says chief medical officer
Neonatal mortality is higher in US hospitals with higher proportion of black babies
Chief medical officer considered resigning over smoking ban
Korean women rush to donate eggs after research pioneer resigns
MP is criticised for saying that marriage of first cousins is a health problem
UK report recommends fortification of flour with folate
What's new in the other general journals
Are experimental treatments for cancer in children superior to established treatments? Observational study of randomised controlled trials by the Children's Oncology Group
Common doctors
Cost effectiveness analysis of strategies to combat malaria in developing countries
Nelson's personal experiences of surgery
Depression and unwanted first pregnancy: longitudinal cohort study
The cognitive cost of being a twin: evidence from comparisons within families in the Aberdeen children of the 1950s cohort study
A very “patient” me
Risk of adverse gastrointestinal outcomes in patients taking cyclo-oxygenase-2 inhibitors or conventional non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: population based nested case-control analysis
Kaiser Permanente's experience of implementing an electronic medical record: a qualitative study
Trouble in paradise—learning from Hawaii
Epilepsy in elderly people
Acute crystal arthritis mimicking infection after total knee arthroplasty
Pyoderma gangrenosum in ulcerative colitis: considerations for an early diagnosis
Medical people in Paris
Communication and navigation around the healthcare system
Should the NHS follow the American way?
The parents' journey: continuing a pregnancy after a diagnosis of Patau's syndrome
Self management of oral coagulation: randomised trial
Height and mortality from cancer among men: prospective observational study
Does the district general hospital have a future?
Obesity, hunger, and agriculture: the damaging role of subsidies
Can I get points for reading this?
Extended prescribing by UK nurses and pharmacists : Triumph of common sense
Extended prescribing by UK nurses and pharmacists : Computer systems need to incorporate nurse prescribing
Extended prescribing by UK nurses and pharmacists : Supplementary prescribing by mental health nurses seems promising
Extended prescribing by UK nurses and pharmacists : Reference is interesting
Challenges of private provision in the NHS : Real story is beginning to emerge
Challenges of private provision in the NHS : Treatment centres and their effect on surgical training
Private health sector in India : Is private health care at the cost of public health care?
Private health sector in India : Single level health care is the only solution
Private health sector in India : Let's not confuse the issues
Private health sector in India : Line between profit and profiteering is often thin
Reforming research in the NHS
Diabetes and the quality and outcomes framework : Diabetes needs reintegration of primary and secondary care
Diabetes and the quality and outcomes framework : Integrated care is best model for diabetes
Soundings author apologises
Dries van Dantzig
Frances Mary Barnes (née Cox)
Gwendolen Margaret Gwladys Barton (née Thomas)
Mervyn Stuartson Bell
Alan Hutchinson Fairlamb
Mair Lloyd Jenkins
Kathleen Jessie Rigg
Douglas Neil Sinclair
After Harm: Medical Error and the Ethics of Forgiveness
Mad, Bad and Dangerous: The Scientist and the Cinema
The Hypochondriac
Am I safe to fly? Am I safe to anaesthetise?
NETLINES
Will modernised medical careers produce a better surgeon?
Dilemma of a surgical trainee
Man's best friend
Minerva