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Prostate Robotic System that will improve the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer

Prostate Robotic System that will improve the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer

New medical device indentifies abnormal heart rhythms called atrial fibrillation

New medical device indentifies abnormal heart rhythms called atrial fibrillation

Hospitalisation for angina and chest pain has risen dramatically in the last decade

Hospitalisation for angina and chest pain has risen dramatically in the last decade

Accurate and effective new methods for diagnosis of Inflammatory bowel diseases

Accurate and effective new methods for diagnosis of Inflammatory bowel diseases

New book highlights pros and cons of medical use of cannabis

New book highlights pros and cons of medical use of cannabis

Variability in weight and drug content of split tablet may put patients at risk of receiving wrong dosage

Variability in weight and drug content of split tablet may put patients at risk of receiving wrong dosage

A new synthetic chemical may provide framework for future drugs to treat brain-based ailments

A new synthetic chemical may provide framework for future drugs to treat brain-based ailments

Prescription drugs imported by patients into the United States may be unsafe

Prescription drugs imported by patients into the United States may be unsafe

Study comparing the efficacy of REMICADE® to Azathioprine alone and in combination With REMICADE®

Study comparing the efficacy of REMICADE® to Azathioprine alone and in combination With REMICADE®

First filing for zoledronic acid in metabolic bone disease

First filing for zoledronic acid in metabolic bone disease

Interventional radiologists now are able to treat using minimally invasive procedures

Interventional radiologists now are able to treat using minimally invasive procedures

Facts about prevalence of arthritis in the U.S.A

Facts about prevalence of arthritis in the U.S.A

End-of-life options for seriously ill patients have improved considerably, but still have a ways ago

End-of-life options for seriously ill patients have improved considerably, but still have a ways ago

Study of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for severe, treatment-resistant lupus

Study of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for severe, treatment-resistant lupus

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is nearly four times as common in veterans of the first Persian Gulf War as in nonveterans

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is nearly four times as common in veterans of the first Persian Gulf War as in nonveterans

Key hole colon surgery effective

Key hole colon surgery effective

New Canadian drug submission for cannabis-based medicine

New Canadian drug submission for cannabis-based medicine

Study to Look at effect of exercise and education on osteoarthritis

Study to Look at effect of exercise and education on osteoarthritis

Women are three times more likely than men to develop carpal tunnel syndrome

Women are three times more likely than men to develop carpal tunnel syndrome

WHO reports on treating tuberculosis in Ukraine

WHO reports on treating tuberculosis in Ukraine

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