VIENNA - Chronic hepatitis B virus-infected patients treated with tenofovir disoproxil fumarate developed significantly fewer hepatocellular...
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MIAMI – TMAO alters cholesterol and bile acid metabolism, upregulates inflammatory pathways, and promotes foam cell formation, all of which worsen...
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Don't blow off things that may seem ancillary to your care—they can irrevocably alter your patient's clinical course and leave you at risk for...
This clinical puzzle is based on Fiore DC, Fettic LP, Wright SD, Ferrara BR. Antibiotic overprescribing: still a major concern. Clinician...
Don’t jump to antibiotics for mild, uncomplicated diverticulitis, a recent clinical trial says. Observation may be just as effective.
Unique biological subtypes in young patients may affect how their cancers behave and may require a personalized approach to treatment.
Over half of young CRC patients responding to a survey had at least three symptoms and still waited at least 3 months before visiting a doctor.