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Each week, The Doctor's Channel and IMS Health's Appscript.net present you with a useful and thoughtfully designed app that can help both patients and their physicians with health-related matters.
The Doctor's Channel has partnered with ReelDX to bring you a new video case each week. Take the challenge to see if you can you diagnose this patient's condition.
Each week we present you with a featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.
In the last quarter of 2014, EpiFix, a dehydrated human amnion/chorion membrane (dHACM) allograft, underwent a randomized / controlled trial comparison against a leading living-cell based skin substitute, Apligraf. The EpiFix product was shown to heal...
Test your dermatology knowledge with this week's Derm Case Challenge.
Administering two types of immunotherapy drugs concurrently has paused or reversed malignant tumor growth in almost sixty percent of patients participating in a UK clinical trial.
HIV can be prevented in high-risk individuals, such as those whose partners are infected, with the implementation of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). In this CME video series, experts will explain the scope of the problem of HIV infection, how to...
Three British teens have invented a revolutionary condom that can change colors when it comes into contact with a sexually transmitted disease, according to CBS News. The young innovators proposed to cover the condoms with antibodies that would react with...
A recent case study from the Yale School of Medicine has found that tofacitinib, a drug frequently used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, has successfully treated a patient’s vitiligo reports CBS News. The condition is characterized by loss of pigmentation...
According to NPR, only twenty percent of dialysis patients receive proper treatment and care which puts the 80,000 patients not receiving the standard of care at high risk for infection or other complications, according to a new study in JAMA Surgery....