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Editor's Blog and Industry Comments
Genetic testing for prostrate cancers shows promise (11 February, 2008)
NHS London appoints new PR guru to handle communications (08 February, 2008)
Microscience 2008 aims to focus on previewing new techniques (07 February, 2008)
Missing smartcards point the need for better IT training for NHS staff (06 February, 2008)
Welcome news for the biomedical research community (05 February, 2008)
The pros and cons of vitamin supplements (04 February, 2008)
Printing breakthrough promises benefits for medical device producers (01 February, 2008)
Choose and Book, GP2GP and ‘Patient Choice’ (31 January, 2008)
How wise is it to rely on infromation from wikis? (30 January, 2008)
NHS trusts failing to monitor fire risks could face closure (29 January, 2008)
Survey indicates that nurses are becoming more and more disillusioned (28 January, 2008)
Synthetic biology breakthrough widens the regulatory vacuum (25 January, 2008)
Regulating nanotechnology – a small matter of global significance (24 January, 2008)
Non-invasive cancer detection biopsy tool is based on gym concept (23 January, 2008)
Practice based commissioning – the case for better information management (22 January, 2008)
Medicinal plants pose fragile future for biopharmaceuticals (21 January, 2008)
Health service falls over itself to fight osteoporosis (18 January, 2008)
Marble Mania can help surgeons keep their edge (17 January, 2008)
German doctors demand re-think on electronic patient records (16 January, 2008)
New organ transplant proposals spark new presumed consent debate (15 January, 2008)
University of Minnesota researchers pose organ transplant alternative (14 January, 2008)
Researchers advocate more diabetics should receive statins (11 January, 2008)
Too many doctors keep silent about violence in the workplace (10 January, 2008)
When acronyms collide a patient may be at risk (09 January, 2008)
Medical imaging downturn in the USA calls for new strategies (08 January, 2008)
Government outlines new health screening approach (07 January, 2008)
PM declares reducing HAIs is an ‘absolute priority’ (07 January, 2008)
Norovirus urges 'stay at home' message (04 January, 2008)
Portrait of a young surgeon as an artist (03 January, 2008)
Electronic patient records database sees light at the end of the tunnel (02 January, 2008)
Future promise of snake inspired surgical robots attracts investment (31 December, 2007)
The NHS PACS roll-out proves a success (28 December, 2007)
One small tube for man, one giant leap for mankind (27 December, 2007)
Santa is a man – its official (24 December, 2007)
No room at the neonatal unit – a modern Xmas story (21 December, 2007)
GP hours back on the government hit list (20 December, 2007)
Full body CT scans look under threat (19 December, 2007)
Patient safety and implantable devices cause calls for change in the UK and the USA (18 December, 2007)
Ovarian cancer research paves the way to personalised medicine solutions (17 December, 2007)
GP data loss leads to call for a tightening of security measures before the spectre of legal action looms (14 December, 2007)
UCL puts theory into practice to create a new medical imaging technology (13 December, 2007)
Liverpool PCT aims to swop alcohol problems for ‘cabin fever’ (12 December, 2007)
Government experts focus on the risks and benefits of CT scanners (11 December, 2007)
New N3 VoIP service in London aims to cut NHS trust phone bills (10 December, 2007)
Obesity is putting pressure on orthopaedics (07 December, 2007)
GPs face ethical dilemma over drug-induced abortions (06 December, 2007)
Healthcare Commission raps GPs for poor record keeping (05 December, 2007)
Could Antonio Banderas and Twiggy reduce HAI rates? (04 December, 2007)
Government aims to refocus its cancer strategies - again (03 December, 2007)
RSNA blogspot - Stereoscopic digital mammography looks to reduce recall rates (30 November, 2007)
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