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Think like a doctor, part III

In the case of acupuncture, one of the harms may be hepatitis C.).
January 2020

Chinese researcher defends gene-edited twins, the world must be wrong

I do not judge these individuals as their doctor, any more than I do my hepatitis C patients who contracted the virus as a result of intravenous drug use.
January 2020

Who decides if medical marijuana is safe and effective?

Patients with chronic lumbar disk issues have rights too! The Ohio bill specifies an array of medical conditions that could be treated with marijuana, including AIDS, hepatitis C, inflammatory bowel disease,
January 2020

QD: News Every Day--Psst ... you wouldn't believe what half of Americans believe about medical conspiracies

3. The CIA deliberately infected large numbers of black people with HIV, disguising it as a hepatitis inoculation program.
January 2020

Formidable complexity of making (some) health decisions

There's Omar with hepatitis B who shares carefully with his wife all the details and considerations of treatment as his health declines while waiting for a liver transplant but who
January 2020

Is e-mailing with patients a good idea?

What can I take? • I have hepatitis C. Is is okay if my grandchildren visit? •
January 2020

QD: News Every Day--NQF endorses 14 infectious disease quality measures

0395: Paired Measure: Hepatitis C ribonucleic acid (RNA) testing before initiating treatment (paired with 0396) (AMA-PCPI). ... 0398: Hepatitis C: HCV RNA testing at no greater than week 12 of treatment (AMA-PCPI).
January 2020

CDC seeks more testing for ‘huge uptick’ in HCV incidence

Dr. Holmberg discussed 2 facets of the hepatitis C epidemic: chronic HCV and acute HCV. ... to diagnose 75% of people who are living with chronic hepatitis C,” Ms.
January 2016

Better bedside manners heal doctor-patient relationships

A physician is interviewing a man with hepatitis C. His wife is at the bedside.
January 2020

Vaccinations, measles outbreak and reasonable and civil discourse

If successful, the vaccinations might prevent pneumonia, hepatitis, meningitis, chickenpox and the shingles that can follow in later years, tetanus, which can be fatal, whooping cough, most ear infections and rotavirus
January 2020

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