Each year, on December 31st, I write my ‘reflections of…’ post – as an opportunity to look back on the year, as well as to think about where I’m going in the new one. …
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Critical Appraisal of Cardiovascular Research
Podcast from the New England Journal of Medicine — Interview with Dr. Dhruv Kazi on a new California law aimed at increasing use of preexposure prophylaxis by people at heightened risk for acquiring HIV infection.
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Preliminary results from phase 1 clinical trial of WP1220 for treatment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma; supports phase 2 study
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For centuries, scientists have pondered why people would incur personal costs to help others and the implications for the performers themselves. While most previous studies have suggested that those who perform altruistic actions receive direct or indirect benefits that could compensate for their cost in the future, we offer another take on how this could be understood. We examine how altruistic…
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