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Compared with electroconvulsive therapy, magnetic seizure therapy offered similar antidepressant efficacy but fewer cognitive side effects in patients with major depressive disorder (MDD), according…
Sarah Temkin, MD, board-certified gynecologic oncologist, and Don Dizon, MD, oncologist specializing in women’s cancers, discuss an ongoing Phase III trial that examines the use of selinexor for the…

Literature Review

Patients with migraine have a diverse set of options to prevent or manage acute or chronic attacks, but depending on a patients’ migraine-associated symptoms and potential adverse reactions to…

Hemophilia A and B are hereditary, X-linked recessive bleeding disorders caused by deficiency or absence of coagulation factor VIII and factor IX, respectively. The prevalence of hemophilia is 1…

First Reports

Nearly 30% of adult men and 40% of adult women1 live with symptoms of overactive bladder (OAB). Because OAB is not a singular disease and rather a group of urinary symptoms including a sudden,…

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