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THE EMERGENCE of new HIV/AIDS drugs is a double-edged sword for clinicians, pharmaceutical companies, and researchers who design and implement clinical trials.
More treatment options abound, but physicians have little guidance in how to determine the best drug combinations. And while experts...
THE LACK of a useful definition of childhood aggression leaves clinicians at sea and patients often pharmacologically awash.
If agreement could be reached on what constitutes true aggression in childhood, therapy could be rationalized. Currently, pathologically aggressive children 4 to 16 years...
To the Editor.
—Dr Blackhall and colleagues1 demonstrate that patients from different ethnic groups have differing attitudes toward autonomy and medical decision making. I agree with the authors' suggestion "that physicians ask patients if they wish to be informed about their illness and be...
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