Medical experts discuss the clinical implications of abortion bans women’s health.
The agency has issued proposed draft recommendations to guide incorporation of cybersecurity protections into medical devices at the time of manufacture.
This overview of radiomics explains its potential for improving diagnosis, predictions of tumor response and recurrence, and patient prognosis.
Patients with certain cancers have an increased risk of cancer-specific mortality that persists for 30 to 35 years after diagnosis.
Researchers are seeking to address the psychological impact of patients who have survived VTE.
Researchers investigated the safety and feasibility of Project GYM, a personal trainer-led physical fitness program for young men with hemophilia.
Researchers sought to describe the diagnosis and treatment of patients with rare cases of PNH.
Of more than 2500 trials analyzed, 21% were randomized.
While food insecurity is a leading public health issue, research shows that nutrition security may be a better target for disease prevention strategies.
Researchers sought to identify and address gaps in care for patients with thalassemia.
Patients rated female doctors more on their interpersonal skills and not much on their technical competence, a study found.
An exploration of complementary therapies that help patients cope during and after treatment for cancer.
Women in academic medicine typically have lower starting salaries than men, and this disparity remains after 10 years on the job.
Researchers investigated how young adult cancer survivors felt about using medical crowdfunding to help cover their healthcare and basic living costs.
Researchers sought to emphasize the need for timely detection and treatment of organ damage for patients with SCD.
The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored how easy it is for disreputable and non-authoritative sources to spread wrong and possibly dangerous medical information.
Researchers sought to determine the innovative and developing treatments for patients with rare anemias.
Children prescribed a medication containing a phthalate had a 19% higher risk of developing any childhood cancer.
New research suggests aspirin may lower the risk for gastric adenocarcinoma in women but not in men.
The benefits to both patients and clinicians of encouraging patients to actively participate in their care decisions are reviewed.
Researchers sought to determine the attitudes and expectations of patients with hemophilia belonging to Generation Y regarding their treatment.
Researchers sought to assess several hematologic tests and treatments with a focus on pediatric care.
Diffuse myofascial pain associated with fatigue and poor sleep hygiene have been noted in patients with long-COVID.
Cancer therapies have benefits beyond simple cosmetic repairs, with significant influence on patient outcomes that improve quality of life in many domains including physical, emotional, and social.
Intervention strategies for health care workers experiencing COVID-19-related moral injury include health promotion, resilience training, and ongoing multilevel support.
Nicole Bundy, MD, MPH, discusses the need for lifestyle interventions, in addition to pharmacologic treatment, during the management of patients with autoimmune diseases.
The updated CHEST guideline on antithrombotic therapy for VTE includes 4 new PICO questions as well as updated recommendations based on newer evidence.
When patients are able to articulate their beliefs, it can help them move from making what may have been an unconscious choice into a conscious one.
Researchers sought to determine factors limiting access to gene and CAR-T therapies for patients with hematologic disorders.
Medical information is especially valuable to data thieves for a number of reasons.
This review discusses the importance of an early diagnosis of C diff infection in patients who have undergone HSCT and the recommended treatment options.
Psychiatrists and other mental health professionals are increasingly being asked to write letters certifying patients’ and clients’ animals as emotional support animals.
The widespread use of cannabis and the public perception that it is harmless make screening and patient counseling a priority.
The American Society of Pain and Neuroscience has published a best practice guideline for the management and reduction of cancer-associated pain.
The current opioid crisis in the United States requires new approaches to prescription opioid management.
Τhe COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated challenges in thalassemia care worldwide.
An update on where women stand in academia, in specialties such as infectious diseases and internal medicine, and the disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women.
Only 3% of medical oncologists in the United States are Black.
The pandemic has accelerated the number of clinicians retiring from practice.
Expert discusses common medical record documentation mistakes, including failing to update prepopulated or copied notes from a previous visit.
The test can accurately detect cancer and predict where it is located, according to researchers.
Many organizations adopt overly conservative policies that restrict otherwise completely legal uses of health care data.
Therapies used to treat COVID-19 in solid organ transplant recipients shifted since the pandemic began,
Among other considerations, health care providers must avoid giving individual medical advice.
Observations suggest that concurrent use of cannabis with immune checkpoint inhibitors should be discouraged until more information is available.
Black cancer patients were 44% less likely than White patients to enroll in a portal that provides access to electronic health records.
The study showed differences by cancer type and race/ethnicity.
Experts outline treatment options for patients with venetoclax resistance.
Patient advocate Marlena Murphy provides a patient’s perspective on GRASP.
GRASP co-founder Julia Maués explains how the initiative came about and reveals plans for the future.