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Government must apologise to those affected by Primodos, valproate, and mesh, says review

The UK government must immediately issue an apology “on behalf of the healthcare system” to people affected by three medical interventions—Primodos, sodium valproate, and pelvic mesh—and ensure they...

Government must apologise to those affected by Primodos, valproate, and mesh, says review

The UK government must immediately issue an apology “on behalf of the healthcare system” to people affected by three medical interventions—Primodos, sodium valproate, and pelvic mesh—and ensure they...

Covid-19: unjustified risk to people held in immigration removal centres

We agree with McKee and colleagues that any delay in finding solutions to the challenges of covid-19 must be avoided.1 As they say, there is a disproportionate burden on ethnic minority populations,2...

Covid-19: unjustified risk to people held in immigration removal centres

We agree with McKee and colleagues that any delay in finding solutions to the challenges of covid-19 must be avoided.1 As they say, there is a disproportionate burden on ethnic minority populations,2...

GPs call for cut in red tape to manage aftermath of covid-19

The Royal College of General Practitioners has called for a permanent reduction in “box ticking exercises” to give GPs more time to focus on delivering patient care in the aftermath of covid-19.The...

Is stratified shielding from covid-19 feasible and ethical?

The concept of stratified shielding from covid-19 is interesting but complex and potentially unethical to implement in practice. As described by Davey Smith and Spiegelhalter,1 the risk of covid-19...

Covid-19: Herd immunity is “unethical and unachievable,” say experts after report of 5% seroprevalence in Spain

The results of the first nationwide population based epidemiological study of SARS-Cov-2 seroprevalence, conducted across Spain, reveal a national prevalence of only 5%, making global efforts to...

GPs call for cut in red tape to manage aftermath of covid-19

The Royal College of General Practitioners has called for a permanent reduction in “box ticking exercises” to give GPs more time to focus on delivering patient care in the aftermath of covid-19.The...

Is stratified shielding from covid-19 feasible and ethical?

The concept of stratified shielding from covid-19 is interesting but complex and potentially unethical to implement in practice. As described by Davey Smith and Spiegelhalter,1 the risk of covid-19...

Covid-19: Herd immunity is “unethical and unachievable,” say experts after report of 5% seroprevalence in Spain

The results of the first nationwide population based epidemiological study of SARS-Cov-2 seroprevalence, conducted across Spain, reveal a national prevalence of only 5%, making global efforts to...

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