Edwin Norman Sargood Fry
Conditional approval of medicines by the EMA
Patient access to health records: striving for the Swedish ideal
Margaret McCartney: Can't we take mental illness seriously without Prince Harry?
Melvin Samsom: Rebuilding hospitals for patients
David Oliver: Fighting pyjama paralysis in hospital wards
Cost effectiveness of public health interventions may be overestimated
Sub-group of patients at risk of bowel cancer may not need follow-up colonoscopy
NHS must be an election priority, says BMA chair
Alternate day fasting is no better for weight loss than conventional diets, study finds
Most recent cancer drugs offer few benefits, India's top cancer hospital says
NHS survives because of the dedication of its staff, says NHS Providers chief
Breast surgeon is convicted of 20 counts of unlawful wounding and wounding with intent
Baby thought to have been shaken has rare syndrome, family court finds
Clinical governance and the role of NHS boards: learning lessons from the case of Ian Paterson
New law to control prices of generic drugs
Wastage in healthcare needs to be tackled as part of India's universal healthcare plan
Postapproval studies of drugs initially approved by the FDA on the basis of limited evidence: systematic review
Selection of patients for intra-arterial treatment for acute ischaemic stroke: development and validation of a clinical decision tool in two randomised trials
Herpetiform skin metastases
US drug marketing: how does promotion correspond with health value?
Gastric perforation in a 16 year old girl
Long term gluten consumption in adults without celiac disease and risk of coronary heart disease: prospective cohort study
Brexit's Great Repeal Bill will axe the right to health
Selecting patients for endovascular treatment of acute stroke
Chronic purulent nasal discharge
Frank Atherton: In high places
Should we abandon routine blood tests?
Five minutes with … Susie Perks-Baker
Redesigning patient centred hospitals: the proof is in the delivery
Gluten-free diet is not recommended for people without celiac disease
Seven day access to routine care in general practice
Patients told about muscle pain are more likely to report it, statin study finds
A life's care
Problems to be tackled by India's national cancer screening programme
Expanding undergraduate medical education in the UK—at whose cost?
Half of US physicians receive industry payments, study finds
Ongoing vomiting in an infant
Expert witnesses: stuck between the courts and the GMC
Leukaemia: all things being unequal … and other stories
60 seconds on … cancer
Seven days in medicine: 26 April to 2 May 2017
Give patients access to their medical records
Noisy knees may be early sign of knee osteoarthritis
Reminder devices seem not to improve drug compliance, trial finds
Medicare's top billing doctor is convicted of medical fraud
“Sex up” general medicine to drive recruitment, says physicians' leader
The BMJ Awards 2017: Outstanding Contribution to Health
A 12 month weight loss programme would be cost effective for NHS, study finds