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BGI, UW Medicine to Collaborate on Precision Medicine Development

BGI, one of the world's largest genomics organizations, and UW Medicine have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on biomedical technology development. The shared aim is to advance prec...

Functional medicine: The ultimate misnomer in the world of integrative medicine

We at Science-Based Medicine often describe “integrative medicine” as integrating quackery with medicine (at least, I often do), because that’s what it in essence does. The reason, a...

“Integrative” medicine versus “alternative” medicine

I’ve written a lot about the language issue with respect to alternative medicine. As I like to put it (at least in shortened form), first there was quackery. Quacks did not like that name at all, an...

2015: A banner year for personalized medicine

2015 was a record year for personalized medicine approvals, according to a new analysis  from the Personalized Medicine Coalition (PMC). This news confirms the growing role of persona...

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Andrew Soloman has an outstanding article the Guardian discussing the intersection of literature and medicine.  He his article about literature on medicine saying saying: Medicine can contribute to ...

This doctor quit medicine. It saved her life.

I quit medicine. I was five months out of residency, and I was leaving medicine. I had dedicated my heart, soul, several years of my life along with weekends, holidays, special events, and my children...

Acupuncture does not work for menopause: A tale of two acupuncture studies

Arguably, one of the most popular forms of so-called “complementary and alternative medicine” (CAM) being “integrated” with real medicine by those who label their specialty ...

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Best in Precision Medicine Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator LPBI   RNA May Surpass DNA in Precision Medicine

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The contribution of physics to Nuclear Medicine: physicians' perspective on future directions.

Advances in Nuclear Medicine physics enabled the specialty of Nuclear Medicine and directed research in other aspects of radiotracer imaging, ultimately leading to Nuclear Medicine's emergence as an i...

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Avicenna's View on the Etiologies of Intestinal Obstruction.

Bowel obstruction is one of the most common causes of acute abdomen. Because of heterogeneity of patients' population and variety of causes, therapeutic strategies are not standardized, so treatment o...

Clinical Characteristics and Referral Patterns of Outpatients Visiting a Japanese Psychosomatic Medicine Clinic.

The definition of psychosomatic medicine is not consistent across countries.

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