Richard Lehman recounts an EMA data transparency workshop during which ideas for how to execute its new policy of allowing access to all data submitted for drug licensing were discussed.
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This week’s topics include fish oil and postoperative AF, low-dose aspirin for preventing recurrent VTE, a long-term comparison of endovascular and open repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm, and more.
Dr. Robert H. Schneider, lead author of a recent study on cardiovascular benefits of Transcendental Meditation, responds to Larry Husten’s corrected critique of that study.
This week’s topics include multivitamins and cancer prevention in men, a comparison of atorvastatin with or without a PCSK9 Antibody in primary hypercholesterolemia, type-2 diabetes screening and population mortality over 10 years, and more.
An article about the potential cardiovascular benefits of transcendental meditation takes a circuitous route to publication.
This week’s topics include multivitamins for the prevention of CVD in men, the TRILOGY ACS trial, statin use and reduced cancer mortality, and more.
Rita Redberg expands on her research letter in the current JAMA critiquing the lack of good comparative effectiveness data for new, high-risk medical devices.
This week’s topics include fish consumption, omega-3 fatty acids, and cerebrovascular disease; HRT and cardiovascular disease in recently menopausal women; and more.