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Lack of kidneys for transplant raises debates

Transplant tourists could be bringing home esoteric bacteria, tuberculosis, hepatitis, HIV, etc. ... unwittingly.” Recently there were two cases in Israel in which patients returned home from Egypt with hepatitis C virus and died.
February 2011

In-office research can trip up even the most ethical doctors

Brian J. McMahon, MACP, took pride in adhering to the highest ethical standards during a sponsored practice-based research study on a hepatitis vaccine.
January 2008

MKSAP Quiz: 2-month history of painless, violaceous skin nodules with edema

Cytomegalovirus does not cause skin nodules but can present with retinitis (in AIDS), pneumonia, hepatitis, adrenalitis, pancytopenia, gastritis, or colitis. ... It does not cause skin nodules. Recipients of bone marrow transplantation may also develop
October 2019

Changes made to opioid prescribing information

A boxed warning cautions that patients coinfected with hepatitis B should add additional treatment for their hepatitis B or consider a different drug regimen.
June 2019

Bed bug infestations can bring itchy, stressed patients

Another reassuring research finding of Dr. deShazo's is that bed bugs do not appear to be spreading diseases such as HIV or hepatitis.).
May 2012

New vaccines, recommendations can make keeping up a chore

In addition to vaccines for herpes zoster, hepatitis B, and many other diseases, physicians can now offer a high-dose influenza vaccine to certain elderly patients, the human papillomavirus vaccine to
September 2013

Influenza featured at infectious disease meeting

Talbot. “When we were hired at a hospital, we had to provide documentation of either vaccination or immunity, most likely to MMR, probably to varicella, hepatitis B, and annual TB skin
January 2010

New management for asthma flare-ups

In contrast, new therapies for hepatitis C are estimated at $20,000 per quality-adjusted life-year, according to Dr.
March 2019

Well visits not just for kids anymore

Diabetes: fasting blood glucose twice a year for high-risk patients. Immunizations: influenza annually, a hepatitis B series for high-risk patients, pneumococcus once, and shingles once (but paid under Part
June 2011

Time to curb the rising costs of prescription drugs

more brand-name drugs, more specialty drugs for the treatment of cancer or hepatitis C, more drugs for diabetes and heart disease, and more genetically tailored drug therapy.
October 2016

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