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South American thieves are targeting European hospitals


Thefts of endoscopy equipment from hospitals in Germany have risen sharply in recent weeks, with eight hospitals reporting thefts worth €2.4m (£2.1m; $2.7m) between 14 May and 7 June, a new report...(image)

BMA annual meeting: GMC must recognise that a lack of resources puts doctors at risk of mistakes, says the BMA


The General Medical Council should acknowledge that competent doctors could cause patient harm when working in a “resource starved” environment, the BMA has said.Delegates at the BMA’s annual...(image)

BMA annual meeting: Sending mental health patients out of area for treatment is “endemic,” says BMA


The number of patients with mental disorders who are being sent out of area for treatment has risen by almost 40% in the past two years, with some sent more than 500 miles away from home, according...(image)

Courts can decide that vaccine has caused harm despite lack of evidence


European Union law will allow the national courts of member states to decide that a vaccine has caused harm even though there is no medical evidence to back up the finding, the European Court of...(image)

Author’s reply to McHugh


McHugh is correct that MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is preferred for neuroblastoma with suspected spinal cord involvement because it offers better visualisation of the spinal canal.12345 Both CT...(image)

Questions remain over implementing Scottish scheme to curb harmful drinking


GPs in Scotland have an important role in helping patients curb excessive alcohol consumption, but lessons need to be learnt on the best way to support interventions, say two research...(image)