Almost half of patients on long-term antiretroviral therapy with undetectable viral loads still harbour HIV-infected cells…
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Belinda, a 28-year-old chiropractor’s receptionist, presents with a history of episodic fainting. She has been having free…
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More than one-third of patients having thrombectomy for ischaemic stroke have good functional outcome at three months,…
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A leading neurologist is on a mission to spark interest in migraine medicine, suggesting Australia’s approach is lagging…
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Despite long-standing advice from peak medical bodies including the World Health Organization that long-acting reversible…
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The mystery of what happened to US Embassy employees who reported feeling ill while serving in Cuba has been deepened by new…
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The famous French neurologist Jean-Michel Charcot was the first to lecture on the features of la sclérose en plaques in 1868…
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Most of the variation in risk for autism is explained by genetics rather than differences in environmental factors, like…
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