The latest clinical medicine and health policy news for healthcare professionals, delivered each weekday by host Nick Andrews and MDedge editors. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.
Too few women oncology investigators; is a rigid HPV vaccination schedule needed?
Is a rigid HPV vaccination schedule really necessary? Story by Bruce Jancin, reporting from the annual meeting of the European Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases.
Delayed administration of the second dose of an HPV vaccine had no negative impact on the magnitude of the immune response.
Other top stories:
Women are underrepresented as lead authors in oncology trials The proportion has been increasing but still lags behind the proportion of female oncologists in the United States.
Dupilumab found effective for adolescents with moderate to severe AD Rates of skin infections were higher in the placebo group, compared with the treatment groups.
Exposure to outdoor air pollutants linked to increased emphysema Being exposed to outdoor air pollutants was associated with increases in emphysema as assessed via CT imaging.
Favorable Ebola results lead to drug trial termination, new focus Two of four therapeutics showed greater survival, prompting termination of the initial trial and randomization of new patients to these two drugs.
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SPECIAL: ASCO Journal Club
SPECIAL Crossover with Blood & Cancer, the official podcast of MDedge HematologyOncology.
You can learn more about Blood & Cancer at http://www.mdedge.com/podcasts/blood-cancer
Alan P. Lyss, MD, a medical oncologist in community practice at Missouri Baptist Medical Center in St. Louis, joins Blood & Cancer host David H. Henry, MD, of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, to break down the most interesting and practice-changing studies at the recent 2019 annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Complete show notes by Ronak H. Mistry, DO, resident in the department of internal medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, are available online here.
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Do cannabis laws cut opioid deaths? Plus, residents swamped by debt, job offers
Today's top stories in clinical medicine.
Medical cannabis laws appear no longer tied to drop in opioid overdose mortality EULAR revises its RA management recommendations Aggressive lowering of LDL cholesterol: Is it a good thing? Residents are drowning in job offers -- and debt You can contact the MDedge Daily Medical News by emailing us at email@example.com or following us on Twitter at @MDedgeTweets
Treat insomnia like a disorder; what's causing new psychiatric symptoms?
Today's top stories in clinical medicine.
Treat insomnia as a full-fledged disorder. Illinois law expands abortion rights. Consider iatrogenesis in patients with new psychiatric symptoms. Foot osteoarthritis: forgotten no longer. You can contact the MDedge Daily Medical News by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or following us on Twitter at @MDedgeTweets.
Some cognitive changes 'normal' with aging; obesity declined among lower-income children
Today's top stories in clinical medicine:
Modest changes deemed inherent in 'normal' aging COPD exacerbations associated with poor sleep quality Genetic analysis links PCSK9 inhibition and CV mortality Obesity and overweight declined among lower-income kids You can contact the MDedge Daily Medical News by emailing us at email@example.com or following us on Twitter at @MDedgeTweets.
Chronic opioids and ankylosing spondylitis; 2/3 of gyn-oncs experienced sexual harassment
Today's top stories:
Chronic opioid use may be common in patients with ankylosing spondylitis Reducing pediatric RSV burden is top priority Less reactogenic acellular pertusses vaccine has waning immunity Nearly two-thirds of gynecologic oncology respondents experienced sexual harassment You can contact the MDedge Daily Medical News by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or following us on Twitter at @MDedgeTweets.
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