Monthly Archives: June 2016
The National Cancer Moonshot Summit is being held today in the US, and in this blog, I asked three of our Editors-in-Chief what they think are the main priorities in achieving the Moonshot goals. Why don’t you let us know your thoughts too?
Today BMC Medicine publishes an article investigating a system intervention to improve the quality of life for patients with multiple complex problems in Scotland. This study, known as CARE Plus, also looks at the cost-effectiveness of the intervention and finds some promising results. Co-author Stewart Mercer explains more here.
Clinical challenges and new developments in the treatment and prevention of dengue: a Q+A with Dr. Bipin Adhikari
In recognition of International Dengue Day (June 15), we asked Bipin Adhikari, a medical doctor from Nepal , PhD candidate at the University of Oxford in Community in Lao People’s Democratic Republic and editorial board member of Tropical Diseases, Travel Medicine and Vaccines, to share his experiences with and challenges of treating dengue.
Burns & Trauma has recently started a thematic series titled ‘Trauma regeneration‘ introducing the latest developments of regenerative medicine in research in China and other countries. One article in particular looks at the demands, capacity and regulation of regenerative medicine in China and co-author Biao Cheng explains more.