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Schlesselman and coworkers1 argue persuasively that there is no latent effect of any association between use of oral contraceptives (OCs) in early life and breast cancer. However, they do not mention two relevant considerations in their discussion. A study of exposure to...
I could not disagree more with Mr Cerrato. No case can be made for any value of low-dose supplementation among healthy people. I did not dismiss the prosupplement rhetoric out of hand, as Mr Cerrato erroneously alleges, but out of the facts and the logic in the JAMA article I cited.1...
Recently, I returned to my alma mater to teach the first American-style medical ethics course at the University of Madrid School of Medicine. Besides the teaching, I visited many hospitals trying to start up discussions about ethics and ethics committees. My work provided me with a close-up look...
We agree with Drs Zelikovic, Stapleton, and Chesney that when evaluating children with hematuria it is important to screen the index case and family members for idiopathic hypercalciuria as well as for benign familial hematuria. Whether benign familial hematuria and idiopathic...
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