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Direct acting antivirals: prioritizing HCV treatment in patients who inject drugs is cost effective
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Direct acting antivirals: prioritizing HCV treatment in patients who inject drugs is cost effective

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Patients may spontaneously clear HCV infection for up to 12 months | EASL Special Conference on HCV
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Patients may spontaneously clear HCV infection for up to 12 months | EASL Special Conference on HCV

Rates of spontaneous viral clearance increased through 12 months post-infection, then leveled off substantially.

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Breast cytology: Still relevant in a large academic medical center | ESP
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Breast cytology: Still relevant in a large academic medical center | ESP

Positive predictive value for malignant cytology diagnosis was 100%.

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Gene-protein assay ‘elegant method’ for assessing breast cancer HER2 status | ESP
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Gene-protein assay ‘elegant method’ for assessing breast cancer HER2 status | ESP

Results concordant with fluorescence ISH in 96.2% and 98%, with chromogen ISH in 100%, and with silver ISH in 96%.

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Multidisciplinary care reduces recurrent viremia in HCV-infected PWID | EASL Special Conference on HCV
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Multidisciplinary care reduces recurrent viremia in HCV-infected PWID | EASL Special Conference on HCV

HCV-infected PWID who receive multidisciplinary care may experience rates of recurrent viremia that are reduced by as much as 60 percent.

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Antipsychotics no lower with new strategy
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Antipsychotics no lower with new strategy

A national dementia strategy including recommendations to limit inappropriate use of antipsychotics has not reduced prescribing of these drugs in residential...

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HCV clearance reduces risk for liver and nonliver complications in cirrhotic patients

An analysis of data from the 35-center French ANRS CirVir study.

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Gastric cancer: post-gastrectomy infections decrease survival

Propensity score-matching analysis shows significantly decreased overall and relapse-free survival.

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Testicular cancer: new prognostic factors for BEP-treated GCC

Doubling of HCG or AFP levels each corresponded to an 8% increase in risk for relapse or death.

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HCC: RFA complication increases recurrence risk

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Childhood ALL: physical and psychosocial effects in survivors

Factors such as sex and the duration of treatment influenced types of effects.

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Global burden of enterpathogen-associated childhood diarrhea twice as high as previous estimates

Interventions targeting various pathogens are warranted.

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Vaccine: Monthly Essentials September 2016

Faster injections = less pain in infants?… Influenza vaccine decreases mortality in heart failure… New guidelines for MenB vaccines.

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Adenomyosis is not a contraindication to laparoscopic hysterectomy

Adenomyosis often results in a large uterus and can occur in combination with fibroids.

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