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The personal and public health harms of widespread antibiotic use for this indication probably outweigh the dubious benefits.
The ENCODE project has determined that 80% of the human genome is important for normal gene expression.
Results of an online poll and reader feedback about prostate-specific antigen screening
Despite criticism, the "D" recommendation stands.
In a preliminary draft, the USPSTF recommends against prostate-specific antigen screening.
Intensified medical management seems to be the better choice, for now.
Adapted from a post on Dr. Harlan Krumholz's Outcomes blog at Forbes.com
The dilemma: Undertreating patients with pain or overprescribing opioids?
Is vertebroplasty still an acceptable option for patients with fractures?
A very old drug gets new marketing exclusivity — at what cost?