New England Journal of Medicine


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New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)

a weekly professional medical journal that publishes findings of medical research and articles about controversial political and ethical issues in the practice of medicine.
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The International Perinatal HIV Group publishes a meta-analysis of 15 prospective cohort studies in The New England Journal of Medicine showing that elective Caesarean section cuts the risk of HIV transmission in half
They've now had a fair amount of money and a fair amount of time to get something done," says Reiman, the former editor of The New England Journal of Medicine.
One study published in the New England Journal of Medicine last year found that people on low-carb diets did lose more weight in the first six months.
Oral contraceptives and the risk of myocardial infarction, New England Journal of Medicine, 2001, 345(25): 1787-1793.
Unfortunately, a very good, large study reported in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that vitamin E supplements do not prevent heart attacks and strokes in patients at high risk for cardiovascular disease.
New England Journal of Medicine Editor Jerome Kassirer, who has published several of the CDC-funded gun studies, called it "an attack that strikes at the very heart of scientific research.
The New England Journal of Medicine called their article "an almost unduplicated instance of self-restraint in medical reporting.
An article in the September 9, 2004 New England Journal of Medicine reported that patients using the antibiotic erythromycin at the same time as drugs that strongly inhibited cytochrome P-450 3A (CYP3A, an enzyme in the liver that helps remove many drugs from the body) had an increased risk of sudden death from cardiac (heart) causes.
Also, babies of mothers getting 17P weighed more and averaged fewer complications, such as brain hemorrhages and serious intestinal problems, than babies of the placebo group did, Meis and his colleagues report in the June 12 New England Journal of Medicine.
Today, the New England Journal of Medicine publishes the landmark study containing the data that got the drug Herceptin approved by the Food and Drug Administration in September 1998.
The public's expensive romance with unconventional medicine is cause for our profession to worry, editorialized Edward Campion, MD, in the New England Journal of Medicine issue in which Eisenberg disclosed his findings.

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