PSA cannot distinguish between lethal and harmless prostate cancer, leading to overdiagnosis and overtreatment - BMJ http://bit.ly/1AseSi -- Prostate specific antigen (PSA) concentrations below 1.0 ng/ml virtually ruled out a prostate cancer during follow-up. http://bit.ly/1AseSiMedical news tweets are not research articles - they are 140-character messages - please always go to the original source, links, etc. Tweets and links do not represent endorsement, approval or support. Image source: OpenClipArt.org, public domain.
HIV vaccine reduces infection rate by a third, study shows http://bit.ly/StbUG
BMJ: Rebecca McKnight was diagnosed with anorexia nervosa at age 15 but is now a qualified doctor with a healthy weight http://bit.ly/AuBxN
Increased prevalence of septal heart defects among children whose mothers were prescribed an SSRI in early pregnancy http://bit.ly/2kpWds
A low thigh circumference (small thighs) associated with increased risk of developing heart disease or premature death http://bit.ly/AVgOy -- BMJ editorial: Thigh circumference and risk of heart disease and premature death but association needs further research http://bit.ly/2xJ4Wg
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