Eleven words sum up what ACP hopes to achieve: Include everyone in health and health care and support their physicians.
ACP Internist Weekly
Many recent studies reporting on COVID-19 vaccines' safety, effectiveness
Limits on opioid prescribing didn't change overdoses, but did reduce adverse effects
Recent efforts have pushed institutions to reconsider the use of race not just in estimating kidney function, but in a variety of algorithms and scores.
The differential diagnosis of this condition can be challenging because many conditions can mimic it.
To some extent, physicians on social media must rely on their own best judgment informed by professional standards of conduct.
This column reviews details on recent recalls, warnings, and approvals.
This issue also addresses stories about osteoarthritis, race and clinical algorithms, and follow-up care for thyroid cancers.
A 33-year-old woman is evaluated for a 4-week history of recurrent worsening joint pain and a new rash on the chest and upper back. She reports sun exposure from spending time at the beach. Following a physical exam, what is the most likely diagnosis for the rash?
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