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'Remarkable' New Benefit in HER2+ Breast Cancer

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 22:46
Roughly half of patients with HER2-positive, early stage breast cancer have residual disease after initial drug therapy and then surgery; T-DM1 may improve their outcomes.
Medscape Medical News

Newer HCV Drugs Reduce Mortality, Liver Cancer Risk

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 22:46
Treatment with direct-acting antivirals appears to reduce the risk of death and liver cancer among patients with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV), including those with cirrhosis, new data has shown.
Medscape Medical News

Chemobrain: How It Happens, and Perhaps How It Can Be Stopped

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 22:46
New insights into how chemotherapy affects the brain may lead to ways to treat and maybe even prevent the cognitive impact of cancer drugs.
Medscape Medical News

FDA Panels Endorse Ketamine Spray for Resistant Depression

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 22:46
Two FDA panels jointly recommended esketamine 28-mg single-use nasal spray for the patients with treatment-resistant depression.
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A Drug-by-Drug Guide to Treating Insomnia

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 16:42
Which drugs and supplements commonly used for the treatment of chronic insomnia are supported by clinical evidence and practice guidelines?
Medscape Pharmacists

The Other Nutrition Crisis

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 16:42
By getting to the bottom of what is causing malnutrition in older adults, clinicians can help these patients live healthier, happier lives.
Medscape Family Medicine

Marketing e-Cigarettes: New Product, Same Tactics

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 16:42
The cat-and-mouse game between the tobacco industry and medical and public health organizations has now moved to a new front: marketing of e-cigarettes and other nicotine delivery systems.
Georgetown University Family Medicine

Do You Use Social Media for Professional Conversations?

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 16:42
More physicians than ever are turning to social media to talk to each other about important medical topics.
Medscape Reader Polls

'Let's Talk About Sex': Not a High Priority for All New Moms

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 16:42
Although some women are eager to resume sex after childbirth, others take things more slowly. Clinicians should tailor advice to individual circumstances.
Medscape Medical News

'Beer Before Wine, Mighty Fine'? Nope.

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 16:42
Someone finally debunked the old adage that many people have followed in efforts to avoid hangovers, reports Dr Perry Wilson.
Medscape

GUCS 2019

Medscape Today - 2019, February 15 - 10:40
Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from GUCS 2019.
Medscape Oncology

Syncope Monitoring in ED: 2 Hours Okay for Low-Risk Patients

Medscape Today - 2019, February 14 - 22:36
Patients with syncope who present to the emergency department and who are at low risk for serious arrhythmia can be discharged home after 2 hours of electrocardiogram monitoring, new data show.
Medscape Medical News

House Committee Seeks Bipartisan Paths to Lower Drug Costs

Medscape Today - 2019, February 14 - 22:36
A powerful House panel sought expert advice on changing the design of Medicare to tackle what have been called 'perverse incentives' that raise the pharmacy bills of senior citizens.
Medscape Medical News

Gun Violence Bill Will Pass Committee, House Sponsor Tells AMA

Medscape Today - 2019, February 14 - 22:36
California Democrat Mike Thompson also promised to restore funding to federal gun violence research efforts.
Medscape Medical News

Man Who Led Team to Approve LASIK Now Says It Was a Mistake

Medscape Today - 2019, February 14 - 22:36
Years after he left the FDA and met people hurt by the procedure, Morris Waxler says he now sees the risks as too high and wants the FDA to add warnings. The FDA and an industry group respond.
Medscape Medical News

Verma: Public Sector Must 'Step Up' to Advance Interoperability

Medscape Today - 2019, February 14 - 22:36
New rules proposed by CMS are one step to free up patient data, but it requires help from those outside the government, says the agency's administrator.
Medscape Medical News

Sickle Cell Pioneer Dr Doris Wethers Dead at 91

Medscape Today - 2019, February 14 - 16:33
Along with her research in sickle cell anemia, Wethers was also a trailblazer for African American women in the medical community.
Medscape Medical News

Executive Order Lays Out Path to Keep US on Top in AI

Medscape Today - 2019, February 14 - 16:33
At stake is global leadership in advances such as diagnostic algorithms, autonomous cars, and industrial robots. Some say the order comes up short on specifics.
Medscape Medical News

Endorsing Cannabis as an Opioid Substitute 'Irresponsible'

Medscape Today - 2019, February 14 - 16:33
Even as two states have passed laws to encourage clinicians to use cannabis as a substitute for opioids, some experts are warning against this practice.
Medscape Medical News

Treatment Not Needed for DVT in Very Advanced Cancer Patients

Medscape Today - 2019, February 14 - 16:33
Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is seen in about a third of patients with very advanced cancer, but its presence is not associated with significant symptoms or survival.
Medscape Medical News
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