Although the research has consistently shown that individuals deficient in vitamin D seem to be at an increased risk for developing multiple sclerosis (MS), there has been some debate on what level of vitamin D may protect against MS.
Achieving a sustained viral response in patients with hepatitis C is showed to reduce the risk of liver cancer.
Health care professionals debate the usefulness and limitations of a home detecton test for HIV.
Studies show that residents in nursing homes frequently receive an antibiotic for a suspected infection even without signs and symptoms.
A study found that melanoma is more common in immunosuppressed patients, including patients with a prior solid organ transplant, patients with lymphoma, and patients with HIV/AIDS.
New research on breast cancer screening and mammography are presented, along with recent findings regarding the efficacy of axillary lymph node removal.
Recent studies have examined the relationship between gout and lead exposure, looked at hyperuricemia as a risk factor for diabetes, and addressed the starting does of allopurinol.