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New insights to enhance treatment and diagnosis of blood cancer

Written by | 17 Sep 2023

A ground-breaking study by researchers from the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore (CSI Singapore) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) has revealed crucial insights into the role of the… read more.

How to diagnose and manage depression in adolescents: a new review for clinicians

Written by | 1 Jun 2023

How do you diagnose and manage depression in adolescents? A new review published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) https://www.cmaj.ca/lookup/doi/10.1503/cmaj.220966 aims to help primary care clinicians address this increasingly common, yet under-detected… read more.

AI software at least as good as radiologists at detecting TB from chest X-rays

Written by | 22 Apr 2023

AI software can accurately detect TB from chest X-rays, a study being presented at this year’s European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) in Copenhagen, Denmark,… read more.

People living with HIV at substantially higher risk of depression and suicide, especially in first 2 years after diagnosis

Written by | 9 Apr 2023

People living with HIV (PLWH) are far more likely to be diagnosed with depression, take antidepressants, be treated with electroconvulsive therapy, and commit suicide than population controls, especially… read more.

Increase in gestational diabetes rates linked largely to screening

Written by | 21 Mar 2023

Gestational diabetes has been reported to be on the rise, but a new study from British Columbia found that changes in screening practices explain much of the increase…. read more.

Early diagnosis and monitoring of lupus nephritis — on your smartphone

Written by | 7 Feb 2023

A team of researchers at the University of Houston is reporting the success of their new method for the early diagnosis and monitoring of lupus nephritis — at… read more.

Genetic diagnosis helps guide care of childhood hearing loss

Written by | 25 Jan 2023

Advances in understanding the many different genetic causes of childhood-onset hearing loss indicate that genomic testing could assist in treatment planning, including optimal timing of treatment. Even if… read more.

Early HIV diagnosis and treatment important for better long-term health outcomes

Written by | 30 Oct 2022

Starting antiretroviral treatment (ART) early in the course of HIV infection when the immune system is stronger results in better long-term health outcomes compared with delaying ART, according… read more.

Study proposes new parameters for diagnosis of sarcopenia

Written by | 22 Oct 2022

Sarcopenia, a clinical syndrome characterized by progressive and extensive decline in skeletal muscle mass, force and function, is widely considered part of aging. Early diagnosis is extremely important… read more.

New testing method could make tuberculosis diagnosis easier

Written by | 19 Oct 2022

Tuberculosis can be tough to detect. Diagnosis usually requires coughing up a sputum sample from the lungs, which can be unpleasant, impractical, and even hazardous. But in a… read more.

Study shows annual screening before age 50 leads to lower proportions of advanced breast cancer

Written by | 20 Sep 2022

A new study led by University of Ottawa professors has found Canadian provinces that annually screen women aged 40-49 had lower proportions of advanced breast cancer compared to… read more.

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