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Improved Screening For Prostate Cancer April 2019 Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is widely used to detect prostate cancer. The low positive predictive value of elevated PSA results in large numbers of unnecessary prostate biopsies. Researchers set... Read More →
The Brain and Behaviour Research Foundation on Schizophrenia and Depression April 2019 Founded in 1981, the National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD), now the Brain and Behaviour Foundation is a not-for-profit public charity that is primarily concerned... Read More →
Curofy - Discuss Medical Cases March 2019 Curofy is a non-intrusive medical app exclusively for doctors. It enables them to stay updated in the field with medicine with medical journals and clinical case discussions among peers helping them... Read More →
Cell Killing And Resistance In Pre-Operative Breast Cancer Chemotherapy March 2019 Despite the recent development of technologies giving detailed images of tumours in vivo, direct or indirect ways to measure how many cells are actually killed by a treatment or are resistant to it... Read More →
A Systematic Review Of Tests for Lymph Node Status In Primary Endometrial Cancer March 2019 The lymph node status of a patient is a key determinate in staging, prognosis and adjuvant treatment of endometrial cancer. Despite this, the potential additional morbidity associated with... Read More →
Assistive technology: research and development February 2019 A series of recent reports provide information about the wide range of government funded projects supporting the development, introduction and evaluation of assistive technology that might increase... Read More →
Impaired Heart Rate Recovery Is Associated With New-Onset Atrial Fibrillation January 2019 Autonomic dysfunction appears to play a significant role in the development of atrial fibrillation (AF), and impaired heart rate recovery (HRR) during exercise treadmill testing (ETT) is a known... Read More →
Daily low-dose aspirin found to have no effect November 2018 In a large clinical trial to determine the risks and benefits of daily low-dose aspirin in healthy older adults without previous cardiovascular events, aspirin did not prolong healthy, independent... Read More →
How gentle touch can turn painful after injury November 2018 Ever wonder why things that normally feel gentle, like putting on soft shirts, are painful after a sunburn? The skin’s reaction to injury and inflammation can make a normally gentle feeling touch... Read More →
Antibody combination suppresses HIV November 2018 More than 35 million people worldwide live with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Since the 1990s, combinations of drugs called antiretroviral therapy (ART) have been used to treat HIV. These drugs... Read More →

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The Lancet March 2019 The Lancet

Available for both iPad & iPhone, the new and improved The Lancet app is free to download and offers...
MedCalX March 2019 MedCalX is a tool that enables medical professionals to easily use complicated medical formulas, scores and classifications.
IDdx: Infectious Disease Queries March 2019 IDdx was built for queries. Users can find lists of matching infectious diseases by picking disease search criteria. The...
COPD Pocket Consultant Guide March 2019 This is the COPD Foundation's Pocket Consultant Guide (PCG). It is intended for health care professionals.

The app...
Stroke Trials March 2019 During my vascular neurology fellowship, I found myself frequently unable to remember the details of landmark trials and...
inPractice® Oncology. March 2019 inPractice® Oncology is the only point-of-care clinical reference designed to meet the unique needs of specialists. Full...
MDCalc the best online medical calculator February 2019 MDCalc began life as an EM resident’s WordPress site in 2005 and today is a highly-rated resource for practicing physicians...
Read by QxMD Personalized Medical Journal February 2019 Read is an app for both iOS and Android that centralizes all your medical literature and journals. Using a magazine format,...
View and share medical images February 2019 You can view and share medical images with other physicians using this iOS and Androidapp. Hundreds of thousands of users...
Epocrates: The #1 medical reference app February 2019 This is the gold standard of medical apps. Join over 1 million health care professionals worldwide who use Epocrates in the...
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