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Article: Investigational Topical Minocycline Gel for Acne Advances to Phase III Developmentnamabc wrote:
As I understand, this is a great step of development that we can use to save many people from horrible diseases. and i also hope Dr.Lain and your partners will be more successfully on your research. we are thankful for what you’ve done.
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Asthma Sufferers should more careful in summers. In the light, if this study all Asthma sufferers should be careful.
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Great articles. learnt a lot from it.
Article: Burnout Syndrome Common in Critical Care Professionals dikedrummondmd wrote:
Yes, the emperor has no clothes, meaning half your staff is burned out on any given practice day—no matter how diligently we try to ignore the signs and soldier on. In my experience with over 1700 hours of one on one coaching with burned out…
Article: Aspirin Use as Treatment in Colorectal Cancer: Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks Jeffrey A. Gordon, M.D. wrote:
Thank you for reading my article. Interesting theory. Lots of research is ongoing to figure out the many ways aspirin does it magic.
Article: Aspirin Use as Treatment in Colorectal Cancer: Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks m beth wrote:
I am not a medical doctor, but do have three Masters degrees, read widely, ponder much, and remember much. My personal, anecdotal, experience has led me to think that perhaps aspirin works on the colon to prevent cancer by causing/assisting stool…
Article: Automated blood-cell analyzers. Can you count on them to count well? M. Jagesh Kamath, M.D. wrote:
Dear Dr.Aroon, We can count on you to give a clear picture, in all blogs of yours! Well done and looking forward to more such.It was very informative and useful in understanding the aspects of automated blood-cell analysers.
Article: Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome and the Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death M. Aroon Kamath, M.D. wrote:
You would agree that the vast majority of published work on WPW invariably tends to have a profusion of statistics(percentages)- perhaps underlying the fact that there are still lots of uncertainties. There seems to be no way to discuss…
Article: Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome and the Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death John Kenyon, CNA wrote:
Dear Doctors Tamer and Aroon,
Thank you both for your fascinating and extensive discussion of statistically-driven medicine. This is what I had hoped might happen and it opens up the topic and new thoughts and facts are added. I appreciate in…
Article: Pregnancy Weight Gain Guidelines in the US - a Historical Overview Debbie Miller, RN wrote:
Thank you, Aroon. Your additions are timely and accurate. I appreciate the clarifications because, as you say, there are other special needs that should be considered. Also, BMI is not a perfect measurement of fat percentage and when…
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