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Patients with renal-cell carcinoma who undergo nephrectomy have few options for adjuvant therapy to reduce the recurrence risk. nej.md/3AMFRmV
Nicholas Bagley, J.D., discusses the Supreme Court’s decision in California v. Texas. nej.md/3D23HNe
Environmental Racism and Climate Change nej.md/3k7bgts
Bringing clinicians into payment reform models is vital. Strengthening current participation incentives could set up long-term benefits. nej.md/2XlZ6VR
Image Challenge Follow-up: Computed tomography of the abdomen revealed multiple gastric polyps and gastrogastric intussusception in a patient with Peutz–Jeghers. nej.md/2W0zwoU
Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies against All Coronaviruses nej.md/3xVJmWo #COVID19 #IDTwitter
Breakthrough #SARSCoV2 Infections in Health Care Workers nej.md/3mhvFia #IDTwitter
In a 1,000-patient trial, pembrolizumab injections led to improved disease-free survival at 2 years. nej.md/3iQCncK
The editors look at new studies shedding light on diverse aspects of immunity: breakthrough infections, antiserum as therapy, and the potential breadth of the immune response. nej.md/3D09WBq #COVID19 #IDTwitter
Myocarditis after Covid-19 mRNA Vaccination nej.md/37Rkep9
Environmental racism includes the use of racist practices in determining which communities receive health-protective, and which health-harming, infrastructure. nej.md/3k7bgts
Four out of 1,137 vaccinated health care workers had mild Covid-19 symptoms 62 days after a second vaccine dose. All four were infected with the B.1.1.7 strain. nej.md/3mhvFia
Two patients are diagnosed with myocarditis 2 weeks after receiving #COVID19 mRNA vaccinations. One received BNT162b2; the other received mRNA-1273. nej.md/37Rkep9 #IDTwitter
Immunity against all beta-coronaviruses may be achievable. New data are reviewed from SARS-CoV-1 survivors immunized with a #SARSCoV2 mRNA vaccine. nej.md/3xVJmWo #IDTwitter
Convalescent plasma did not prevent disease progression in patients seen in EDs within 7 days after the onset #COVID19 symptoms. nej.md/3z4Tn52 #IDTwitter
Our September issue explores difficult care for complex patients, Covid-19 #AdvanceCarePlanning, monoclonal antibody therapy distribution, transfers between collaborating hospitals, cataract surgery comparisons in three countries, and #DementiaCare: catalyst.nejm.org/toc/catalyst/2…
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In this editorial, Quarraisha Abdool Karim, Ph.D., reviews Landovitz et al.’s report on the results of a noninferiority trial for HIV prevention. nej.md/3lMucQL
Daily oral tenofovir disoproxil fumarate–emtricitabine is one option for preexposure HIV prophylaxis. nej.md/3m5GML1
Visual Abstract - Abelacimab for Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism nej.md/3sc7vGH
With the unfolding roles of glycoRNAs in autoimmunity and cancer, the discovery of a class of molecules opens a new frontier in glycobiology. nej.md/3fOc5pH
The ability to block specific cytokine pathways has revealed pathophysiological differences among autoimmune diseases. nej.md/2VzqeQp
In its first year, Medicare's Bundled Payments for Care Improvement–Advanced subsidized payments at participating hospitals. nej.md/2VHLfs1
Post-vaccination SARS-CoV-2 infections were generally mild or asymptomatic in healthcare workers who had received the Pfizer BNT162b2 #vaccine: jwat.ch/3sg3WPK #COVID19
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A patient was referred to the hematology clinic for anemia evaluation. A bone marrow biopsy and copper lab studies were performed. nej.md/3fMjFkM
NEJM Image Challenge: A patient with the Peutz–Jeghers syndrome presented with vomiting. A tender mass was found in the upper abdomen. What is the diagnosis? nej.md/2Ku5WxD
Steven Phillips, M.D., M.P.H., discusses questions and concerns about ongoing symptoms related to Covid-19 in many patients. nej.md/2Xb8YBT
With the delta #COVID19 variant spreading globally, the effectiveness of the BNT162b2 and ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccines has been unclear. nej.md/2Xc9U99 #IDTwitter
A Monoclonal Antibody for Malaria Prevention nej.md/3ABYLfZ
The application process for 2022-2023 @NEJM Editorial Fellowship will close Sunday, August 15. Submit your application now. nej.md/3cCQajB
Partake in this interactive feature about estimating the risk of coronary disease. nej.md/3fMt77z
Antiviral medication has become a key tool in HIV infection prevention. In this trial, cabotegravir was found to prevent incident HIV. nej.md/3iyBupf
NEJM Image Challenge Follow-up: Six human botfly larvae were extracted from patient with pruritic, draining nodules. nej.md/3iwnXOU
Third Time’s a Charm—Covid-19 Vaccine Hope for Solid Organ Transplant Recipients nej.md/3yFRMCr #Covid19vaccine #IDTwitter
A patient with hypertension was admitted with fever, sore throat, confusion, and a “lump” in the neck. A diagnostic test was performed. nej.md/3AnOEvi
For one physician, a year of telephone care during #COVID19 cultivated a capacity to connect with patients solely through sound. nej.md/3lVPlYI
The editors look at new studies of vaccine booster shots in immunocompromised persons, as well as monoclonal antibodies to prevent #COVID19nej.md/2U6S06o
A Randomized Trial of Third Dose mRNA-1273 Vaccine in Transplant Recipients nej.md/3fPobPx #COVID19 #IDTwitter
In this report, an engineered monoclonal antibody showed protection against malaria infection in a controlled human infection model. nej.md/3ABYLfZ
In this editorial, Winfred W. Williams, M.D., and Julie R. Ingelfinger, M.D., discuss the future for organ transplant recipients in the #COVID19 pandemic. nej.md/3yFRMCr
The authors conclude that a third-dose booster of mRNA-1273 vaccine should be considered for transplant recipients. nej.md/3fPobPx
The phenotypes of VITT were defined in 220 patients presenting a 14-day median after the first ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 dose. Mortality was 22%. nej.md/2VPVACG #COVID19 #IDTwitter
The mRNA-1273 vaccine was effective in preventing #COVID19 in 12-to-17-year-olds. Immune response was similar to young adults. nej.md/3sfFNsL
#COVID19 is an independent risk factor for acute myocardial infarction and ischemic stroke, suggest population-based studies in Sweden. jwat.ch/3jKbbvw @hmkyale
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Quick Take: Glucose Control in Type 2 Diabetes nej.md/3rQSXMs
Treatment of neovascular AMD with anti–vascular endothelial growth factor pharmacotherapy can reduce risk of AMD progression. nej.md/3fn4zC5
Visual Abstract: Milrinone vs. Dobutamine in Cardiogenic Shock nej.md/3lvgAcx
A patient presented with 10 years of severe diffuse abdominal pain events, occurring every month or two, lasting several days. nej.md/3jKYT68
A patient with refractory SLE with active lupus nephritis had a complete response to CD19-specific chimeric antigen receptor T cells. nej.md/37gzbko
In a trial conducted in Norway, decompression surgery alone was noninferior to decompression with instrumented fusion. nej.md/2VcGOWk
In this editorial, Bloom et al. introduce a new editorial series on the fundamentals of public health. nej.md/2VkgmKt
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