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Tumors

A tumor or tumour is the name for a neoplasm or a solid lesion formed by an abnormal growth of cells (termed neoplastic) which looks like a swelling. Tumor is not synonymous with cancer. A tumor can...

Stridor

Stridor is a high pitched wheezing sound resulting from turbulent air flow in the upper airway. It is primarily inspiratory. It can be indicative of serious airway obstruction from severe conditions...

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is a carcinomatous cancer occurring in many different organs, including the skin, lips, mouth, esophagus, urinary bladder, prostate, lungs, vagina, and cervix. It is a ...

Contract Research Organization news

A contract research organization, also called a clinical research organization, (CRO) is a service organization that provides support to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries in the form o...

Devices - medical, biotech, pharma

A medical device is a product which is used for medical purposes in patients, in diagnosis, therapy or surgery.  Medical devices act by physical, mechanical, thermal, physico-chemical or chemic...

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Cancer Research UK appeals for clarity on Wikipedia

Cancer Research UK is calling upon the medical community to become more involved with Wikipedia to ensure better accuracy of information. Speaking at the ‘Wikimania’ conference this week in London...

Forecasting diseases using Wikipedia

Analyzing page views of Wikipedia articles could make it possible to monitor and forecast diseases around the globe, according to research publishing this week in PLOS Computational Biology.

Jay-Z and Scarface: pharma staff’s anonymous Wikipedia interests

Big pharma employees are among the brightest minds in the world, and data released yesterday on their Wikipedia use shows their interests spread beyond drug development into lighter fare.

Wikipedia Drug Searches Rise Sharply Following FDA Safety Warnings – NEJM Study

However, less than half of Wikipedia pages pertaining to drugs with new FDA safety warnings were updated promptly with information from the warnings, the researchers report.

Can Wikipedia predict disease outbreaks?

Biospectrum Researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in the US have examined 14 infectious disease outbreaks...

Study: Wikipedia drug entries not always up-to-date

(HealthDay)—Many Wikipedia entries about prescription medications aren't up-to-date and accurate, a new study contends.

Cancer Research UK urges medical community to help make Wikipedia more accurate

Cancer Research UK is today (Friday) calling for scientists, doctors and nurses to get more involved in Wikipedia to help ensure the free online encyclopaedia has the most up to date and accurate info...

Wikipedia Drug Entry Data Accuracy Queried

Online encyclopaedia Wikipedia's prescription drug entries don't always contain up-to-date or accurate data, according to a new study's findings. Wikipedia relies on a constant stream of volunteers, w...

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Complementary and alternative medicine on wikipedia: opportunities for improvement.

Wikipedia, a free and collaborative Internet encyclopedia, has become one of the most popular sources of free information on the Internet. However, there have been concerns over the quality of online ...

Cochrane and Wikipedia: the collaborative potential for a quantum leap in the dissemination and uptake of trusted evidence.

Drug Safety in the Digital Age.

Wikipedia is reportedly the most frequently consulted online health care resource globally, but it is not reliably updated after the FDA issues safety warnings on drugs. The FDA and others can take so...

Walking across Wikipedia: a scale-free network model of semantic memory retrieval.

Semantic knowledge has been investigated using both online and offline methods. One common online method is category recall, in which members of a semantic category like "animals" are retrieved in a g...

Nephrotic syndrome redux.

Redux: brought back, resurgent (Wikipedia free dictionary). This essay traces the history of the concepts that led to the usage of the term 'nephrotic syndrome' beginning ∼90 years ago. We then exam...

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