Adverse events raise concerns over safety of new hepatitis C drugs : New hep C drugs prompt safety concerns
More non-opiate users complete treatment but heroin users' health worsens, review finds : More drug users complete treatment
Containing Zika while we wait for a vaccine
Margaret McCartney: The NHS needs a new era of political leadership : No Holds Barred
Leonard Irving Liebling
Roshini M Alles
Joan Elliott
A trade deal between the United Kingdom and United States
Charles Lyn Perry
Kurt Schapira
E G Gerald Roberts
Surgeon faces trial for lying about his experience in keyhole technique
Senior doctors urge prime minister to act on underfunded NHS
Dutch and Swiss top Euro health index, with UK 15th
Doctors are avoiding management roles, says Hunt
Sixty seconds on … Mind the Rota Gap
Treatment strategies for women with WHO group II anovulation: systematic review and network meta-analysis
Stem cell research: time for a dose of realism
Single liver enzyme test in statin patients cuts full testing by a quarter, study finds : Single liver enzyme test cuts workload
Mentally stimulating activities reduce risk of mild cognitive impairment, study finds : Mental stimulation cuts cognitive risk
Cap on lawyers' fees for minor negligence claims could save NHS £45m a year
Travel ban threatens medical research and access to care in the US, medical groups warn
Early death after discharge from emergency departments: analysis of national US insurance claims data
Ann Louise Kinmonth: Linking the social and biological : BMJ Confidential
Wide variation in child mental health spend in England : Sustainability and transformation plans
Accepting patients into emergency departments takes too long, says watchdog
NICE publishes guideline on diagnosing and managing cerebral palsy in young people : Cerebral palsy: new NICE guideline
General practices won't be forced to open seven days a week, says NHS chief
High BMI in pregnancy does not cause obesity risk in offspring, study finds : High pregnancy BMI no link to child obesity
Trump expands antiabortion rule to include all global health funding
The global gag rule and what to do about it : Personal View
Mother wins right to challenge prosecution for buying abortion pills in Northern Ireland
GMC fires warning shot to protect doctors' training
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Five minutes with … Helen Jervis
Dying at home depends on wealth, location, and comorbidities, study finds : Fewer die at home in deprived areas
US activists from both sides of abortion debate rally in Washington : The Big Picture
Hospital readmissions for COPD in England are rising, audit shows : COPD readmissions rise in England
Doctors could do more to recoup costs from overseas patients for NHS, say MPs
Continuity of primary care matters and should be protected
A smoke-free NHS : PERSONAL VIEW
Association between continuity of care in general practice and hospital admissions for ambulatory care sensitive conditions: cross sectional study of routinely collected, person level data
STP plans to cut GP numbers are “alarming,” says royal college
Heading football is related to concussion symptoms, study finds : HEADING FOOTBALL LINKED TO CONCUSSION
A giant fungating tumour on the buttock
Hypertensive disorder of pregnancy : CASE REVIEW
Breathlessness and neck swelling after a rugby game : SPOT DIAGNOSIS
Supporting relatives and carers at the end of a patient's life : ESSENTIALS
The legacy of Ebola … and other stories
Fertility preservation: don't forget the boys : PRESERVING FERTILITY IN YOUNG PEOPLE WITH CANCER
Commentary: Five changes to future proof the NHS
Seven days in medicine: 25-31 January 2017
Seeing same GP is linked to fewer hospital admissions : SEEING SAME GP MAY CUT ADMISSIONS
Familiarity breeds better outcomes
First line dual therapy for gonorrhoea to limit the spread of antimicrobial resistance : ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT GONORRHOEA IN ENGLAND
NHS budget per person will fall in real terms in 2018, government admits
Surgeon suspended for 12 months after decision to strike him off was quashed
Quality of care delivered by general internists in US hospitals who graduated from foreign versus US medical schools: observational study
Patient reported outcomes in patients undergoing arthroscopic partial meniscectomy for traumatic or degenerative meniscal tears: comparative prospective cohort study
Insomnia is linked to higher risk of developing asthma : Insomnia may raise asthma risk
Many vaccines have tiny amounts of inorganic matter, investigation finds : Many vaccines contain inorganic matter
An outbreak of humidifier fever on a warship
Informed consent and clinical trials: where is the placebo effect?
David Oliver: Are hospitals heading the same way as prisons? : Acute Perspective
Pregnancy after bariatric surgery: screening for gestational diabetes
Giving patients useful information about their illnesses : Being an interesting teaching opportunity
Trump's immigration ban triggers call for boycott of US conferences
CCG suspends non-urgent surgery amid cash crisis
Brexit plan has few details on securing health workers from abroad