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9) The better-than-nothing idea: debating the use of placebo controls," Editorial, Canadian Medical Association Journal (5 March 2002) online: CMAJ <http://www.
CMA's management--allegedly as a result of a request from CPhA--had requested the editorial staff of CMAJ to excise sections of the proposed article on the grounds that the research on which it was based did not meet the rigorous standards expected of a medical journal.
We would like to highlight the risk factors and the warning signs, raise public awareness and make recommendations on how to prevent these preventable deaths," Suramala told CMAJ .
After the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) last year published a report suggesting that the smoking-cessation drug varenicline (Chantix) was associated with a higher "risk of adverse cardiovascular events," various researchers questioned the way the CMAJ study was conducted.
The researchers report in CMAJ, the Canadian Medical Association's journal, that serological testing for yellow fever in serum was positive for immunoglobulin M (IgM) but not for IgG.
Association between statin-associated myopathy and skeletal muscle damage," CMAJ, July 7, 2009.
Krentz et al, "The changing direct cost of medical care for patients with HIV/AIDS," CMAJ, July 22,2003; 169(2), pp.
The CMAJ describes hematohidrosis as "an uncommon disease characterized by spontaneous discharge of 'blood sweat' through intact skin.
A study published in the February issue of CMAJ shows that stillbirth per 1,000 births were greater among Inuit (6.
The CMAJ report also showed that the increased risk was specific for PPIs that inhibit the p450 2C19 enzyme.