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A new study in Clinical Infectious Diseases has found that a cervical cancer vaccine may work even in H.I.V. infected women, The New York Times reports. Because the immune system is responsible for antibody production in response to vaccines and because H.I.V. infected people have compromised immune...
The FDA warns that doctors should stop using a procedure called power morcellation to remove fibroids because it may spread cancerous tissue, The New York Times reports. Morecellation involves a rapidly spinning device which can cut up fibroid tissue that can then be removed through small incisions in a...
The number of Americans with diabetes has nearly tripled since 1990 but a new study in NEJM has shown that the health risks for diabetics have decreased dramatically in the past 2 decades, The New York Times reports. Researchers “used four federal data sets — the National Health Interview Survey,...