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1458 proach), we have posted a case at NEJM.org. As the series on fluid and electrolyte disorders goes forward, various cases will be posted 2 weeks before publication of an upcoming review article. These cases will be followed by questions about the diagnosis or management of the condition to be considered in the article. We encourage you to read the case(More)
We have recently obtained information regarding inaccuracies in data in the report of the VIGOR (Vioxx Gastrointestinal Outcomes Research) study by Bombardier et al. 1 that raise concern about certain conclusions in the article. The VIGOR study was designed primarily to compare gastrointestinal events in patients with rheumatoid arthritis randomly assigned(More)
In this issue of the Journal, we publish three Original Articles, 1-3 two Perspective articles, 4,5 two editorials, 6,7 a letter to the editor, 8 and an audio interview 9 on the subject of human papillomavi-rus (HPV). We bring together this unique body of information in response to the enormity of the health problems that stem from HPV and the broad(More)
Firearms were used to kill 30,143 people in the United States in 2005, the most recent year with complete data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 1 A total of 17,002 of these were suicides, 12,352 homicides, and 789 accidental firearm deaths. Nearly half of these deaths occurred in people under the age of 35. When we consider that there(More)
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