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28/04/2017
NICE approves new drugs for psoriasis, MS and liver disease; EMA urges parents to combat vaccine fears to protect children
25/04/2017
This article looks at the damage that raised blood pressure can cause in different systems of the body
21/04/2017
NICE publishes draft standard on caring for terminally ill children and outlines how to recognise faltering growth in infants and children
14/04/2017
Breast cancer drug Kadcyla available for patients in Scotland; new emergency stroke treatment to be commissioned; NICE guidance on alcohol-use disorders updated
12/04/2017
A comprehensive review of the presentation, diagnosis and management of RA
11/04/2017
An article on managing seasonal and perennial rhinitis in primary care
07/04/2017
NICE recommends wider access to condoms for those at risk of STIs; EMA approves treatment for HIV; EpiPen recall after reports of defective parts
04/04/2017
A review of some of cautions and contraindications for the use of COC
31/03/2017
Feedback sought on switching status of sildenafil; global initiative to curb medication errors; orphan drugs for haemophilia, neuroblastoma, and bladder pain syndrome approved
24/03/2017
NICE recommends anastrozole for postmenopausal women with a family history of breast cancer
21/03/2017
This article reviews the screening, testing and treatment of chlamydia infection, which is the most common bacterial STI in the UK
21/03/2017
This article reviews the presentation diagnosis and management of some common STIs
17/03/2017
Changes to NICE’s drug evaluation process; new options for uveitis recommended; MHRA supports dupilumab for atopic dermatitis
14/03/2017
It is clinically quite difficult to accurately diagnose a TIA in clinical practice as the diagnosis is largely based on history from the patient. Careful detailed history is therefore essential in any patient with suspected TIA
10/03/2017
NICE 2017 Conference to be held in May in Liverpool: 10% DISCOUNT for OnMedica members

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