Sometimes, medical innovation may need to go backwards to go forwards
Recent research finds that it may be best to have heart surgery after lunch
It’s time to accept that ovarian cancer doesn’t exist – and to address the knowledge gap in pelvic cancers
If prospective registration is enforced for clinical trials, questionable results become easier to spot
Marleen Kaatee explores how patients' voices can be important in medical research
Tightly controlled efficacy studies can’t predict real-word effectiveness
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