Funny turn
Data rising from the East
Anatomy of the female pelvis
HIV epidemic in Europe is not under control, WHO says
Urinary incontinence after treatment for prostate cancer
Australians must have their children fully immunised to receive benefit
Government's fund is improving access to drugs for patients with cancer
Mid Staffordshire inquiry will advise on dangers of reform and how to avoid them
List of essential services under US health reforms is “skimpy” and dangerous, say doctors
Association between bisphosphonate use and implant survival after primary total arthroplasty of the knee or hip: population based retrospective cohort study
Saudi Arabia has several strategies to care for pilgrims on the Hajj
Anatomy of the dural venous sinuses
Ghosts in the machine
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Time to reconsider NICE guidance on heparin prophylaxis in medical inpatients
BMJ is in danger of losing sight of the patient
Money is the greatest conflict of all
MMR is but the tip of the iceberg
Update from the editor
Questions about selection, exposure, and tumour incidence
Updated study contains poor science and should be disregarded
Authors' reply to Khurana and to Philips and Lamburn
Experts foresee no quick resolution to intertwined issues of US deficit reduction and healthcare reform
German internet clinic based in London angers German doctors
Data collection helps to close gap in treatment of lung cancer patients
Licensed home tests will be introduced to reduce undiagnosed HIV
Gynaecologist is struck off for botching vaginal surgery and dishonesty
New body aims to streamline approval and regulation of research in NHS
Cameron promotes new partnership between research, industry, and the NHS
Brokering a deal to replace Kyoto will take years, EU ministers say
Government has not acted to avoid repeat of Southern Cross care home collapse, say MPs
A third of all cancers in the UK are potentially preventable, finds review
NICE's recommendations for thromboembolism are not evidence based
Robert Price Davies
Jean-Pierre Christopher Midol Brookes
Stuart Watson
Robin Turner Donald
Jackson Maclean
Charles Geoffrey Lloyd
Ian Charles Woolrych English
Major challenges ahead for Hungarian healthcare
Peter John Banfield
Sigmar Gunar Norfried Saisch
Anatomy of the bones of the foot
The boredom of everyday life
The Island of Dr Moreau
Cohort studies: sources of bias
Where did the specimens come from?
Who saw the “histological findings”?
Amar Dhillon replies to “Pathology reports solve ‘new bowel disease&@rsquo; riddle”
BMA moves to full opposition on healthcare reforms
Reading the riot acts
In brief
The art of medical science
NICE needs reform
Nominations open for BMJ Group awards 2012
John Burke
Why do you want to be a doctor?
Clinical grade stem cells are created by scientists in London
We can learn much from the air force
Femoral hernias
Environmental risks of breast cancer remain uncertain
Scans, misogyny, and miscarriage
Surgical patients are not receiving the care they should, finds inquiry
Not all that's new and shiny is good for healthcare
Childhood obesity can be prevented, says Cochrane
Too much is spent on older people's healthcare and too little on their social care, MPs are told
Lack of investment in regulatory science is part of “innovation gap,” believes FDA commissioner
Child health is under threat from NHS reforms, says report
Possible net harms of breast cancer screening: updated modelling of Forrest report
Ugandan AIDS care workers realign strategies as Global Fund cuts grants
Commission will tell doctors they can raise concerns about practice even if they have signed secrecy agreements
Health secretary unveils 60 new performance indicators
TB incidence in UK decreases for first time in two decades
Productivity in NHS has been seriously neglected, meeting hears
Research into neglected diseases falls for first time since 2007
Abortion does not increase mental health problems in women, shows review
German health system makes €3.9bn surplus in first three quarters of 2011
Drug industry is considering more use of differential pricing, conference hears