NEJM This Week - September 21, 201720 Sep 2017
Featuring articles on canakinumab for atherosclerotic disease, bivalirudin vs. heparin in myocardial infarction, weight and other outcomes 12 years after gastric bypass, and genetic associations with gestation and preterm birth; review articles on food allergy and on thrombophilia testing; a case report of a woman with pain and swelling in the right hand and ankles; and Perspective articles on tuberculosis elimination in the United States, on a nicotine-focused framework for public health, and on the fate of FDA postapproval studies.
NEJM This Week - September 14, 201713 Sep 2017
Featuring articles on the closure of patent foramen ovale in cryptogenic stroke, a rapid tuberculosis assay, hospital-readmission risk, and interfering frequencies getting deep; a review article on progress in radiotherapy; a case report of a young girl with pneumonia and her mother with hip pain; and Perspective articles on repeal, replace, repair, retreat and on partial Medicaid expansions under the ACA.
NEJM This Week - September 7, 20176 Sep 2017
Featuring articles on airway mucin concentration and chronic bronchitis, tiotropium in early-stage COPD, tezepelumab in adults with uncontrolled asthma, and a third dose of MMR vaccine; review articles on trials in health insurance systems and on severe and difficult-to-treat asthma in adults; a Clinical Problem-Solving article on connecting the dots; and Perspective articles on whether the U.S. health care system can become the best in the world, on the HITECH era and the path forward, and on the HITECH era in retrospect.
NEJM This Week - August 31, 201730 Aug 2017
Featuring articles on hemophilia with factor VIII inhibitors, targeting antithrombin in hemophilia, alectinib for ALK-positive lung cancer, liraglutide and renal outcomes in type 2 diabetes, and the crafty colon cancer stem cell; a review article on progress in lung cancer and on porphyrias; a case report of a man with acute chest pain; and Perspective articles on a tale of two epidemics, on interprofessional education, and on abandonment.
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