NEJM This Week - April 19, 201818 Apr 2018
Featuring articles on gene therapy for B-thalassemia, medical education and duty-hour flexibility, clinic and ambulatory blood pressure and mortality, and intussusception and rotavirus vaccination; a review article on placenta accreta spectrum; a case report of a woman with cardiac arrest; and Perspective articles on monoclonal antibodies for infectious diseases and on facing the U.S. saline shortage.
NEJM This Week - April 12, 201811 Apr 2018
Featuring articles on Zika virus shedding in semen, two-year outcomes with a centrifugal-flow LVAD, genetic heterogeneity in large B-cell lymphoma, apalutamide in prostate cancer, the FDA breakthrough-drug designation, and an experimental approach to treating ALS; a review article on base excess in acid–base disorders; a case report of a woman with venous thromboembolism and pulmonary artery aneurysm; and Perspective articles on divisions, new and old; on the accessibility of medical diagnostic equipment; and on aligning efforts in global health.
NEJM This Week - April 5, 20184 Apr 2018
Featuring articles on checkpoint inhibition in renal-cell cancer, blood-pressure reduction in black barbershops, child-to-adult change in overweight and type 2 diabetes, outpatient talc administration for pleurodesis, and the promise and reality of price transparency; a review article on epigenetics in disease prevention and mitigation; a Clinical Problem-Solving article describing a stream of consciousness; and Perspective articles on whether MACRA will improve physician reimbursement, on bedside computer vision, and on cousin Pam.
NEJM This Week - March 29, 201828 Mar 2018
Featuring articles on adjuvant-therapy duration in colon cancer, detection of mutations to predict relapse of AML, cardiovascular safety of febuxostat, ibrutinib plus venetoclax in mantle-cell lymphoma, whether we are prepared for nuclear terrorism, and preserving Beethoven's hearing; a review article on tinnitus; a case report of a man with painless unilateral testicular swelling; and Perspective articles on hepatitis C in injection-drug users, on polluting developing brains, and on rethinking the criminalization of HIV exposure.
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