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To NET or not to NET:current opinions and state of the science regarding the formation of neutrophil extracellular traps


How a Cancer Doctor Really Feels About Second Opinions

Private-practice radiation oncologist Andrew Neuschatz talks about the nuances of second opinions in oncology. Medscape Oncology

EMA approvals up, rejections down in 2018

The EMA has provided its 2018 overview, which highlighted 84 positive opinions provided and five negative opinions.


Potential flaw in our assumptions about unknown opinions of others

Findings from a new study suggest that people assume that those who are silent in a conversation would agree with their own opinion, even if the majority of the speakers in the group have a different opinion. This has implications for how people form opinions about products, politics, and much more.

EMA Handed Down Fewer Positive Drug Opinions in 2018

The Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use granted 84 positive opinions for new medicines in 2018, including 42 agents with a new active substance never before authorized in the European Union. Medscape Medical News

For new parents or parents-to-be facing vaccine opinions

For new parents or parents-to-be the wildly different opinions about vaccines must be very confusing. This one’s for you. It’s also for people who pass on vaccine messages to their parent or parent-to-be friends. (If you’re concerned about the apparent length of this article, the main body of the article is short.) Half of all […]

Practicing medicine in a divided country

We live in a fractured country and opinions are becoming more polarized. It’s getting harder to find common ground as everyone slowly recedes further into their social media or cable news echo chambers. One of the best things about working in health care is that these opinions don’t matter. We take it as our duty […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, P...

Researchers find significant value in second opinions from a multi-disciplinary tumor board

Second opinions from a multi-disciplinary tumor board (MTB) at a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated cancer center changed the diagnosis of 43 percent of breast cancer patients, according to a new study published in the Annals of Surgical Oncology.

The ups and downs of sit-stand desks

(University of Pittsburgh) With researchers suggesting that 'sitting is the new smoking,' sit-stand desks (SSD) have become a common tool to quell sedentary behavior in an office environment. As this furniture becomes ubiquitous, conflicting opinions have arisen on its effectiveness. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and Tufts gathered data from 53 studies and published a scoping revie...

INFORMS talk “Impact of Bots on Opinions in Social Networks” Wed Feb 6 at MITRE in Bedford

TALK ANNOUNCEMENT from Boston Chapter of ASA   Reporter: Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RN   From: Tom Lane [mailto:Tom.Lane@mathworks.com] Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2019 12:59 PM To: Tom Lane Subject: [BCASA] INFORMS talk “Impact of Bots on Opinions in Social Networks” Wed Feb 6 at MITRE in Bedford   Upcoming event from INFORMS, kindly shared with […]

Diagnosed with an MPN? Consider a Second Opinion and See an Expert!

Resources for second opinions and where to get them for PV, ET and MF

The medical community is trying to figure out what causes #physicianburnout and how to stop it. Here are two different opinions:

The medical community is trying to figure out what causes #physicianburnout and how to stop it. Here are two different opinions:

Our response to the Plan S implementation guidance

Research Feature At CRUK, we're committed to ensuring that the data and knowledge generated through our funding is put to maximum use by the scientific research community and, whenever possible, is translated to deliver patient benefit. One of the ways we do this is by providing timely, open and unrestricted access to published research. This facilitates rapid sharing of knowledge and promotes ...

When Did Guidelines Become Holy Writ?

(MedPage Today) -- Milton Packer wonders whether our opinions should be worshipped

In statement, @CSHL "unequivocally rejects the unsubstantiated and reckless personal opinions" of James D. Watson, PhD in @PBS documentary: http://ow.ly/N3jt30niVJH 

In statement, @CSHL "unequivocally rejects the unsubstantiated and reckless personal opinions" of James D. Watson, PhD in @PBS documentary: http://ow.ly/N3jt30niVJH 

The lab “unequivocally rejects the unsubstantiated and reckless personal opinions Dr. James D. Watson expressed on the subject of ethnicity and genetics.” https://buff.ly/2QIZDs6 

The lab “unequivocally rejects the unsubstantiated and reckless personal opinions Dr. James D. Watson expressed on the subject of ethnicity and genetics.” https://buff.ly/2QIZDs6 

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Stronger together: AI performs better with radiologist input

Artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms perform significantly better when they include the opinions of radiologists, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

The Good, the Bad, and the Indeterminate in CRC Screening

Colonoscopy vs sigmoidoscopy vs stool tests: Real evidence lacking, but opinions prevail in the battle to keep mortality rates from colorectal cancer (CRC) as low as possible. Medscape Medical News

The current state of transradial access

(Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications) In the current issue of Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications (Volume3, Number 2, 2018, pp. 149-162(14); DOI: doi.org/10.15212/CVIA.2017.0032 Jennifer A. Rymer and Sunil V. Rao from the Duke Clinical Research Institute, Durham, N.C., USA consider the current state of transradial access.

Gene drives are getting very close to being able to eliminate malaria. A new paper wipes out mosquito populations. My latest for @GENbio Many thanks to @kesvelt @Omar_Akbari_ @ValentinoGantz and more for the expert opinions. https://www.genengnews.com/ana

Gene drives are getting very close to being able to eliminate malaria. A new paper wipes out mosquito populations. My latest for @GENbio Many thanks to @kesvelt @Omar_Akbari_ @ValentinoGantz and more for the expert opinions. https://www.genengnews.com/analysisan

Global Cannabidiol Oil (CBD Oil) Market 2018 -ENDOCA, Gaia Botanicals, Isodiol, Medical Marijuana, Aurora … – MRS News Journal (press release) (blog)

MRS News Journal (press release) (blog)Global Cannabidiol Oil (CBD Oil) Market 2018 -ENDOCA, Gaia Botanicals, Isodiol, Medical Marijuana, Aurora ...MRS News Journal (press release) (blog)The study on Global Cannabidiol Oil (CBD Oil) Market reports provides you comprehensive outlook. The Research report presents a complete assessment of the market and contains Future trend, Current Growth Factors, ...

We are predisposed to forgive, new research suggests

New research finds that when assessing the moral character of others, people cling to good impressions but readily adjust their opinions about those who have behaved badly.

Current ED Management of Abscesses in Children

MONOGRAPH: Timely, appropriate management is critical to achieve the best possible outcome. The authors review the current best practice options.

Current clinical landscape for ALK non-small cell lung cancer patients

Dr Riyaz Shah and Dr Maurice Perol, at the ESMO 2018 congress in Munich, discuss the current clinical landscape for ALK non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients, providing a comparison between current practice in the UK and France. The experts...

When doctors leave clinical medicine, don’t blame the victim

I don’t want to be unclear here.  I don’t want to mince my words.  But I’m mad about an interaction I had on Facebook.  I was commenting on the Physician Side Gigs group page when someone riffed on one of my statements.  They mentioned that my opinions could be a slippery slope towards a future […]


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