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Internists play important role in diagnosing, treating MS | ACP Internist

A round-up of this issue's articles on multiple sclerosis; conference coverage from Digestive Disease Week; our latest columns.

July/August 2014 | ACP Internist

ACP Internist provides news and information for internal medicine physicians about the practice of medicine and reports on the policies, products, and activities of ACP.

‘Right-to-try’ laws spark debate | ACP Internist

This issue covers the ethics of right-to-try laws in the United States, the potential of ransomware to disrupt a physician's office, and conference coverage from infectious disease and cardiology sessions.

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Our Conference Coverage section in this issue is from Digestive Disease Week 2014 and the American Academy of Neurology’s annual meeting, held this spring in Chicago and Philadelphia, respectively.

Big data offers information, but as yet few answers | ACP Internist

This issue also covers prescribing for opioid addiction, conference coverage from the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and an urban primary care residency at Johns Hopkins University.

June 2018 | ACP Internist

ACP Internist provides news and information for internal medicine physicians about the practice of medicine and reports on the policies, products, and activities of ACP.

Recognize and react is theme underlying latest stroke studies | ACP Internist

Conference coverage focuses on studies about abdominal obesity, symptoms and the importance of dialing 911 first.

Potential changes questioned for advanced cardiac life support | ACP Internist

The Advanced Cardiac Life Support guidelines are due out in 2015 and may pose some shocking changes: faster beats-per-minute chest compressions, a de-emphasis on hypothermia, and a new length of time for continuing cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Rheumatologists consider cancer, cardiovascular disease | ACP Internist

Conference coverage addressing highlights: TNF-antagonists don't increase cancer risk, Patients with RA have about the same risk of developing cardiovascular disease as type 2 diabetics, and an association between arthritis and periodontal disease.

July/August 2017 | ACP Internist

ACP Internist provides news and information for internal medicine physicians about the practice of medicine and reports on the policies, products, and activities of ACP.

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