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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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Summaries of the Year's Most Important Studies Affecting the
Practice of Internal Medicine are Available at www.annals.org
Philadelphia, April 10, 2014 — Annals of Internal
Medicine, the flagship journal of the American College of
Physicians (ACP), has published summaries of the most important
medical studies of 2013 in the fields of women's health; hematology
and oncology; endocrinology; hospital medicine; rheumatology;
cardiology; geriatrics; gastroenterology and hepatology; and
pulmonary, sleep, and critical care medicine. All articles were
published within the last year in some of the world's most
prestigious medical journals. Authors in each topic area chose
articles based on novelty and quality of the research, as well as
potential impact on clinical practice.
Publication of the updates coincides with Internal Medicine 2014, the
annual scientific meeting of the American College of Physicians,
taking place April 10 - 12 in Orlando, Fla.. Each 'Update' includes
detailed summaries of several articles pertaining to a particular
subspecialty of internal medicine. Highlights include:
Summaries of all of the 'Updates' articles can be accessed
online at www.annals.org.