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Opioid and opioid agonist prescribing: the treatment gap

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Study: Economically vulnerable patients may be the least likely to use mHealth apps well

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Follow-up ANRS IPERGAY study establishes long-term efficacy of on-demand PrEP with TDF-FTC | AIDS

The overall incidence of HIV-1 infection was 0.3 per 100 person-years.

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Coincidence of HIV and opportunistic infection increases risk of incident stroke | AIDS

Risk was significantly higher in HIV patients with cryptococcal meningitis, cytomegalovirus, and Penicillium marneffei infection

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Physician-related factors affect likelihood of mastectomy for second breast cancer

Why do many patients opt for mastectomy rather than additional breast-conserving surgery?

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Multiple myeloma: is lenalidomide associated with risk for SPMs?

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HCV: adherence highest with IFN/RBV-free DAA regimens

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Despite better surgical outcomes from high-volume centers, many patients still prefer local care.

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Theoretical advantage of continuous infusion is optimization of dose and pharmacokinetics, without increasing exposure.

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Smoking: model points to vaping’s anti-smoking benefits

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Cluster headache guidelines issued by American Headache Society

Cluster headache is a highly debilitating headache disorder often not treated optimally.

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Pneumonia: Monthly Essentials July’16

Which tests distinguish community-acquired pneumonia from healthcare-associated pneumonia?... Incidence rates of invasive pneumococcal disease 1.5 to 2 times higher in males vs females

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Pediatric asthma: viral detection, not steroid dose, linked to ED treatment failure

Treatment fails in almost 20% of children presenting to the ED with moderate to severe exacerbations.

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Reduced fetal movement: current management may increase cost with unclear benefit

Further study is needed to develop management strategy.

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Increase in PrEP prescriptions to MSM could reduce HIV rates by one-third

Gay and bisexual men make up the majority of new HIV cases in the United States.

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