NEJM This Week - December 6, 20185 Dec 2018
Featuring articles on ICU prophylaxis for gastrointestinal bleeding, MUC5B and rheumatoid arthritis-associated interstitial lung disease, atezolizumab in small-cell lung cancer, agalactia and the prolactin receptor, the Nobel Prize in Physics, and men's fear of mentoring in the #MeToo era; review articles on the brain connectome and new methods of lesion analysis and on bacterial infections of the vagina; a Clinical Problem-Solving on overcoming the barrier; and Perspective articles on the future of health care reform, on politics and pandemics, on precision policy, and on a borderline case.
NEJM This Week - November 29, 201828 Nov 2018
Featuring articles on alirocumab treatment after acute coronary syndrome, a checkpoint inhibitor in advanced breast cancer, the diagnosis of ADHD and age at entry into kindergarten, drilling down on diagnostic method, and a Medicare Advantage checkup; a review article on iron chelation; a case report of a woman with vision loss; and Perspective articles on neonatal organ donation, on the Sentinel Initiative, and on trauma-informed care.
NEJM This Week - November 22, 201821 Nov 2018
Featuring articles on oral peanut desensitization, probiotics for acute gastroenteritis in children, brigatinib in ALK-positive lung cancer, chemoimmunotherapy for squamous lung cancer, and a tug of war between bacterium and host; a review article on the central role of PI3K in cell signaling; a case report of a man with an incidentally discovered renal mass; and Perspective articles on new tools in the Ebola arsenal, on going beyond evidence-based medicine, on fulfilling states' duty to evaluate Medicaid waivers, and on Doctor Sahib.
NEJM This Week - November 15, 201814 Nov 2018
Featuring articles on surgery for early cervical cancer, preventing tuberculosis-associated IRIS, palbociclib plus fulvestrant in advanced breast cancer, and case studies in social medicine; a review article on lymphedema after breast cancer treatment; a case report of a woman with back pain and a remote history of breast cancer; and Perspective articles on medicalization and demedicalization, on looking beyond mortality in transplantation outcomes, and on reimagining development assistance for health.
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