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13:58 EST 14th December 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 1,300+ from BMJ (Clinical research ed.)

The bright spark who lit up Glasgow.

Big Science for patient centred care.

"Everyone thinks it's someone else's responsibility": training for sexual health doctors.

Adapting clinical guidelines in India-a pragmatic approach.

Return to firm structure could help boost trainee morale, says Royal College of Surgeons.

Woman who rejected breast cancer diagnosis may undergo surgery without her consent.

New guideline will put 30 million more Americans in high BP group.

Campaigners vow to fight on after report finds no link between hormone test and birth defects.

Risk of AMD has decreased over the past few generations, study finds.

Tackling the health burden of air pollution in South Asia.

CCGs consider bringing in minimum waiting times.

Voters back Obamacare in local and state elections.

Should cost effectiveness analyses for NICE always consider future unrelated medical costs?

Better value primary care is needed now more than ever.

Researchers and WHO clash over global threat of drug resistant malaria.

NHS needs £4bn boost in budget to protect care, think tanks warn.

GP leader urges government to step up investment.

Stop rollout of online consultations until there is evidence of benefit to patients, say LMCs.

Differentiating between "baby blues," severe depression, and psychosis.

HPV vaccinated women need just three cervical screens in their lifetime.

Developing reliable dietary guidelines.

Hospital doctors call for inquiry into future of NHS as patient care deteriorates.

Practices' viability is threatened by Capita's failings, warns BMA.

Patients report worse care at GP clinics owned by limited companies.

China celebrates better access to healthcare at Communist Party congress.


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