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July 2017: Click for Credit

Topics include: Vitamin D3 and suburn • Sleep disorders in women • RA treatment and disability • Self-medication of mood and anxiety symptoms • Biomarkers for breast cancer • Reducing time to therapy for bacteremia


 

 

Here are 6 articles in the July issue of Clinician Reviews (individual articles are valid for one year from date of publication—expiration dates below):

1. High-dose Oral Vitamin D 3 Significantly Reduced Effects of Sunburn

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Expires May 23, 2018

2. Women Less Likely to Be Diagnosed With Sleep Disorders

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Expires May 30, 2018

3. RA Treatment Delays Raise Risk for Long-term Disability

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4. Target Self-medication of Mood and Anxiety Symptoms

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Expires May 2, 2018

5. Two New Biomarkers for Breast Cancer Show Validity

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Expires May 2, 2018

6. Time to Therapy for Gram-positive Bacteremia Reduced From 60 Hours to 4 Hours

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Expires May 25, 2018

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