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ACP: Root Gender Bias Out of Medicine
MedPage Today
NEW ORLEANS -- "Aren't you the princess of the ACP?" Those words, related to her position as chair of the American College of Physicians board of governors, were tossed off in jest by a colleague of Susan Thompson Hingle, MD, the lead author of ACP's ...



Stanford Medical Center Report

Symposium on promises, pitfalls of technology in medicine
Stanford Medical Center Report
Technology is transforming medicine. Today, computers can recognize skin cancer. Data maps plot locations where people are likely to have asthma attacks. Sensors track the handwashing hygiene of caregivers in a hospital. In the midst of these ongoing ...



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FDA committee recommends cannabis-based drug
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Breaking News Emails. Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE. Federal advisers voted Thursday to recommend approval of the first prescription cannabidiol medicine — to ...
Marijuana-derived drug for epilepsy gets FDA committee recommendationCNN
FDA Briefing DocumentFDA
The Biology and Potential Therapeutic Effects of Cannabidiol | National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)National Institute on Drug Abuse
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Chief Editor, Genome Medicine (Open Access) job with Springer ...
mediabistro.com
BioMed Central, a part of Springer Nature, is the leading open access publisher of STM (Science, Technology and Medicine) research. Since it was founded in 2000, BioMed Central has successfully pioneered the open access publishing model and brought ...
Chief Editor, Genome Medicine (Open Access) - (REQ23321)Publishers Lunch Deluxe

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AAFP News

Family Medicine Cares USA Supports Free Medical Clinics
AAFP News
In 2017 alone, FMC USA-sponsored clinics reported having more than 3,100 volunteers, including medical students, family medicine residents, and active and retired family physicians. FMC USA's support helped launch the Still Caring Health Connection ...



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US experts back medicine made from marijuana for childhood seizures
WTTV CBS4Indy
WASHINGTON — A medicine made from the marijuana plant moved one step closer to U.S. approval Thursday after federal health advisers endorsed it for the treatment of severe seizures in children with epilepsy. If the Food and Drug Administration follows ...

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Viewpoint: This is how you mentor millennials in medicine
Becker's Hospital Review
Millennials are driven by ethics, expectations and ethos that are "perceived as substantially different" than their older counterparts in the workplace, and therefore may require different mentoring strategies, three physicians from Ann Arbor-based ...



Rheumatology Advisor

Precision Medicine in Rheumatology: Personalizing Treatment for Improved Clinical Outcomes
Rheumatology Advisor
Rheumatologists have become increasingly interested in precision medicine because of its personalized approach toward treatment of rheumatic conditions such as RA and systemic lupus erythematous (SLE). Precision medicine incorporates individual factors ...



Quartz

A Chinese farm is breeding 6 billion cockroaches a year for medicine
Quartz
To most people, cockroaches are disgusting pests. To some, the insects are delicious fried snacks. To a few people, they are medicine. A Chinese farm is breeding 6 billion adult cockroaches a year for medicinal use, the first time in human history that ...
Gross: Farm breeds 6 billion roaches a year for medicineWIS
A giant indoor farm in China is breeding 6 billion cockroaches a year. Here's whySouth China Morning Post

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KCUR

Health Workers Say 'Battlefield Medicine' Can Keep Kansas City Gun Violence Victims Alive
KCUR
Tourniquets may be an old concept; they may also be the key to keeping gunshot victims from bleeding to death. Health professionals at Truman Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri, have been training Kansas City police officers and school ...


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