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There is growing evidence that many people are overdiagnosed and overtreated for a wide range of conditions, such as prostate and thyroid cancers, asthma, and chronic kidney disease. Through the campaign, the journal plans to work with others to
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J Campaigners for full transparency of all clinical trial data have responded with incredulity to a statement from the drug company Roche saying that it would continue to hold back certain information and results from research into its drugs. Tracey
Goldacre is among the most vocal critics of drugmakers who refuse to hand over complete clinical trial data, making it impossible for doctors and patients to get the full picture on most of the medicines widely used today. He decries the industry's
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Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description A new study from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Chronic Kidney Disease Prognosis Consortium (CKD-PC) found that in general chronic kidney disease is
Here are some answers Fame is not the main cause of rock stars' tendency to die young, says a new study, it's more likely to be childhood maltreatment and adversity The Who in their youthful pomp. Photograph: Ray Stevenson/Rex Features The Who's Pete
Suggested Topics The British Medical Journal published a report last week which claimed that quite a few celebrity chef recipes are not as healthy as some supermarket ready meals...The PR teams for Jamie Oliver and Lorraine Pascale cooked up their
The WSJ summarized the findings of the study published in BMJ: The research examined 1,489 stars of pop, rock, hip-hop and punk, of whom 137, or 9.2%, died during the five-decade period covered by the study. Nearly 39% of those deaths were caused by
The findings are being reported next week in BMJ, formerly known as The British Medical Journal, a publication with a quirky holiday tradition. For the past 30 years, BMJ has devoted its Christmas-week issue to a lighter and sometimes brighter side