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- Medical Student Perspective: Can We Talk About Death?
- My Kind of Medicine: Nominate an Internist
- Analyzing Annals: Policy Recommendations to Guide the Use of Telemedicine in Primary Care Settings
- Winning Abstracts: Colorectal Cancer Screening Health Education Materials - How Effective are Online Education Sources?
- Subspecialty Careers: Adolescent Medicine
- In the Clinic: Acne
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Medical Student Perspective: Can We Talk About Death?
Seeing a live patient pass away is completely different. There is no scientific curiosity, just a breathless sense of sadness and confusion.More
My Kind of Medicine: Nominate an Internist
Is there an internist or internal medicine subspecialist that has inspired you? Do you know of someone who has a really interesting or unique career in internal medicine?More
Analyzing Annals: Policy Recommendations to Guide the Use of Telemedicine in Primary Care Settings
This American College of Physicians position statement and review of available evidence outlines the potential benefits and limitations of telemedicine.More
Winning Abstracts from the 2015 Medical Student Abstract Competition: Colorectal Cancer Screening Health Education Materials - How Effective are Online Education Sources?
Colon cancer is the third most common cause of cancer death in the United States, with approximately 136,830 new cases being diagnosed annually.More
Subspecialty Careers: Adolescent Medicine
Adolescent medicine focuses on the physical, psychological, social, and sexual development of adolescents and young adults. Multidisciplinary and comprehensive in approach, this specialty encompasses the full spectrum of acute, chronic, and preventive health care.More
Acne (also known as acne vulgaris, true acne, or teenage acne) affects 85% of U.S. adolescents but also occurs in up to 78% of preadolescents, 12% of adult women, and 3% of adult men. In addition to cosmetic effects, which can include permanent scarring, acne can have detrimental effects on self-image and social interactions.
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