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Mailing fecal immunochemical tests to patients due for ...

... and fecal-based screening options are as effective as colonoscopy but more convenient for patients, according to an accompanying editor's note. ...

Options vary for acute pain management | ACP Internist

This issue covers guidelines on chronic pain, the utility of the bedside exam, and a new shingles vaccination.

Vigilance needed to combat osteoporosis | ACP Internist

This issue covers such topics as osteoporosis, nutrition, vertigo, and opioids and medical education.

Letters to the Editor | ACP Internist

A reader responds to coverage about physician exams.

'Right-to-try' laws spark debate | ACP Internist

This issue covers the ethics of right-to-try laws in the United States, the potential of ransomware to disrupt a physician's office, and conference coverage ...

ACP Internist

... newsletter, ACP Internist Weekly. Editor's Note. Big data offers information, but as yet few answers. This issue also covers ...

'Smart' drugs could be bad idea | ACP Internist

This issue covers performance-enhancing drugs, prostate cancer options, and transgender health.

Improving health of patients, practice environment | ACP ...

ACP's advocacy goals address improving payments to internists' services, reducing administrative tasks imposed on them, blocking insurance mergers ...

May 2015 | ACP Internist

... if not traded in altogether. Editor's Note. Aspirin's use, effectiveness debated. This issue covers topics including aspirin's ...

June 2008 | ACP Internist

... June 2008. Editor's Note. Editor's Note: Small-practice series highlights day-to-day struggles. Small-practice series highlights day-to-day stuggles. ...

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