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April 2011 | ACP Internist

... Not only can diseases be treated, but better drugs and streamlined clinical trials may result. Editor's Note. Overlooking PAD in primary care. ...

May 2013 | ACP Internist

... concepts to primary care. Editor's Note. Earlier recognition may help outcomes in osteoarthritis. Interventions such as exercise ...

March 2009 | ACP Internist

... and District of Columbia. Editor's Note. Time is a hurdle on path to right diagnosis. Two frequently missed diagnoses—intimate ...

March 2016 | ACP Internist

... directly involved. How does advocacy really work?. Editor's Note. SPRINT prompts new debate on BP targets. This issue ...

March 2017 | ACP Internist

... impact on future Medicare reimbursements. Editor's Note. More debate about mammography. This issue covers the debate ...

November/December 2010 | ACP Internist

... Stalevo. Recalls, warnings, approvals and other regulatory news. Editor's Note. Saying yes—or no—to medical marijuana. ...

November/December 2012 | ACP Internist

... episodes of care. Editor's Note. New research, drugs may change care of common conditions. Developments in fields such ...

February 2009 | ACP Internist

... 62. Editor's Note. The story continues … online. How do you talk to patients? Do you use e-mail or avoid it like spam? Do ...

May 2010 | ACP Internist

... care internal medicine. Editor's Note. In Haiti, flawed health care infrastructure complicates rebuilding. Internists help pick ...

October 2016 | ACP Internist

... profitability. ACP is committed to ensuring that this doesn't happen. Editor's Note. States step in on opioid prescribing. This ...

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