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Doc: 3D Mammogram Significantly Improves Breast Cancer Detection

By Debra Somers Copit, MD 
As anyone who goes to the movies knows, three-dimensional images are far more dramatic and explicit than those shown on a …

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Doctors Slam Recertification Rules As A Waste Of Time

By Roni Caryn Rabin
Many specialists are balking at what they say are onerous new rules to get recertified, warning the demands will force some physicians out …

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Doctors Should Have Formal Education On Human Trafficking

By Brad Broker
Prostitution, starvation, forced labor, physical abuse — these are the symptoms and effects of human trafficking.  And who are most likely to encounter …

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Doctors More Likely Than Their Patients To Be Organ Donors

Doctors are more likely to be organ donors than their patients, according to a new study.
Currently, over 100,000 people in the U.S. alone are waiting …

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Study Shows Link Between Stress and Infertility in Women

According to a recent study published in the journal Human Reproduction, researchers have discovered a connection between women with high levels of a stress biomarker and an increased …

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Doctors Ask For Ban On E-Cigarettes To Kids

By Bruce A. MacLeod, MD and Allen Nussbaum, MD

Electronic cigarettes could be a “gateway” that introduces youth to smoking.

That’s what researchers from the Center for Tobacco …

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