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‘One-size-fits-all’ treatment targets harm frail older patients with diabetesSubscription

30 APR 2019By ,

HbA1c targets that ignore differences in the physiology of older patients put them at risk of severe hypoglycaemia, harm and death.

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How to develop a doctor–pharmacist consensus on escalating medicine-related problems in hospitalised older adults Subscription

29 MAR 2019By , Vanessa Marvin, Emily Ward

Pharmacists may be unsure how to, or who should, take action to address inappropriate polypharmacy in the hospital setting, but agreeing guidance with doctors can speed up care.

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How a breath biopsy test could change the face of early cancer detectionSubscription

7 MAR 2019By

A pain-free 1–10 minute breath sampler could enhance and speed up the early detection of a range of cancers, writes Balkees Abderrahman.

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UK asthma mortality is too high, but pharmacy can helpSubscription

1 FEB 2019By

Since many deaths from asthma could be prevented with the correct treatment, pharmacists should have a greater role in ensuring patients receive the right medicines and referring patients who do not have well-controlled asthma.

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Personalising treatment for type 2 diabetes: why is NICE so behind?Subscription

4 JAN 2019By ,

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence’s rudimentary approach to managing diabetes needs to catch up with the available evidence and put patients centre stage.

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