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Psychiatrist Paul Appelbaum talks about the factors that can contribute to violent behavior.
It’s disappointing when seemingly groundbreaking studied can’t be repeated. But it’s happening a lot.
The name — ductal carcinoma in situ — begs the question: how to treat a small breast lesion that has yet to spread.
Peter L. Slavin and David F. Torchiana on the value of reproducing research.
For patients to be effective partners in their own care requires a basic grasp of medical terms that, shockingly, many don’t have.
An impending helium shortage could greatly raise the price of helium, an element used to chill MRI scanners.
The Supreme Court ruled on whether genes can be patented. But the answers aren’t crystal clear.
The soaring cost of medical school may be driving graduates away from primary care and into high-paying specialty practices.
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