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Month: March 2013

CROI 2103: Select CDC Studies of Interest

CDC scientists will be presenting more than 40 abstracts at CROI 2013. Several studies that may be of particular interest are briefly summarized below. Health insurance coverage and type predict durable viral suppression among...

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CROI 2013: Extra Drug Hikes HCV Regimen’s Efficacy

ATLANTA – Adding an extra drug to a promising hepatitis C (HCV) regimen increased its efficacy – especially in patients who had failed previous standard therapy, a researcher said here. The addition of the third drug meant that...

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Surgical Catastrophes and Anesthesiology

Most anesthesiologists will experience at least one perioperative catastrophe over the course of their careers. These events may have a profound and lasting emotional impact on anesthesiologists and may affect their ability to...

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What Goes On At a Real M&M Conference

If you’ve read my reviews of the new medical TV show “Monday Mornings” (here, here and here), you’ll know I’ve been critical of many things about it. I was particularly disappointed with the way the show handled one of its...

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