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Angela K. Green, MD, MSc; William A. Wood, MD, MPH; Ethan M. Basch, MD, MSc
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This Viewpoint argues that the current model of payment coverage decisions for oncology drugs based on third-party drug compendia is outdated and should be abandoned for a new approach.

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Jeff Lyon

This Medical News article discusses the long-range threat to the neurological health of infants exposed to Zika virus in utero and shortly thereafter.

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Andrew F. Goddard, MD

This Viewpoint reviews the causes of the 2016 UK junior doctors’ strikes, residual issues preventing agreement between the NHS, junior doctors, and their union, and the potential long-term harm to UK medicine if an agreement is not reached.

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In the Viewpoint entitled “Science and Public Health on Trial: Warning Notices on Advertisements for Sugary Drinks” published online August 1 in JAMA,1 author-reported financial disclosures were inadvertently omitted. Dr Schillinger reported serving as a paid expert to the city and county of San Francisco in ...

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Robert Steinbrook, MD

This Medical News feature discusses the progress and challenges in HIV/AIDS treatement and research highlighted by the 2016 International AIDS conference in Durban, South Africa.

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Muin J. Khoury, MD, PhD; Sandro Galea, MD, DrPH

This Viewpoint discusses differing opinions on whether precision medicine can help improve US population health and if so, potential approaches to implementing a coordinated and effective effort between the medical and public health communities.

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Jennifer Abbasi

This Medical News article discusses how hospitals and communities are preparing for mass shootings and other acts of mass violence.

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Donna M. Zulman, MD, MS; Nigam H. Shah, MBBS, PhD; Abraham Verghese, MD

In this Viewpoint, Abraham Verghese and colleagues discuss the failure of electronic health record technology to evolve in ways that synthesize important patient information, capture patients’ social and behavioral data, and reduce the time and effort required to interact with the technology.

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In the US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement, “Screening for Lipid Disorders in Children and Adolescents,” published in the August 9, 2016, issue of JAMA,1 an author name was missing from the “Authors/US Preventive Services Task Force members” section at the end of the article. ...

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Stephanie Zaza, MD, MPH; Laura Kann, PhD; Lisa C. Barrios, DrPH

This Viewpoint summarizes the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey findings detailing the number of lesbian, gay, and bisexual adolescents and their risk exposures and behaviors in the United States in 2015.

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Judith Graham

This Medical News article discusses recent efforts by the Department of Veterans Affairs to extend new hepatitis C treatments to all veterans within its health care system.

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Thomas R. Frieden, MD, MPH; Anne Schuchat, MD; Lyle R. Petersen, MD, MPH

In this Viewpoint, CDC Director Thomas Frieden and colleagues provide a mid-2016 update on Zika virus infection, including advances in understanding the epidemiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, prevention, and public health control of the infection.

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Myron Genel, MD; Joe Leigh Simpson, MD; Albert de la Chapelle, MD, PhD

This Viewpoint discusses difficulties of using testosterone and other physiologic testing to confirm sex and event eligibility in phenotypically female athletes competing in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Brazil.

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Dean Schillinger, MD; Michael F. Jacobson, PhD
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This Viewpoint discusses the trial of American Beverage Association (ABA) et al v City & County of San Francisco over the ordinance requiring billboards advertising sugar-sweetened beverages to include a warning notice.

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Michael J. Joyner, MD; Nigel Paneth, MD, MPH; John P. A. Ioannidis, MD, DSc

This Viewpoint provides evidence for the dominance of the narrative that a combination of subcellular biology knowledge coupled with information technology will lead to improvements in health care and human health being published among biomedical funding and journal publications; discusses themes embedded in the narrative to show that ...

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Rebecca B. Reingold, JD; Lawrence O. Gostin, JD

This Viewpoint discusses the impact of a recent Supreme Court decision that struck down restrictive requirements for abortion providers.

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Ron Wyatt, MD, MHA, DMS (HON); Kim Anderson-Drevs, PhD, RN; Lynn M. Van Male, PhD

This Viewpoint discusses the extent and characteristics of workplace violence in health care as well as governmental regulations and organizational interventions targeting its prevention.

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Stephen Brotherton, MD; Audiey Kao, MD, PhD; B. J. Crigger, PhD
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This Viewpoint describes 2016 updates to the American Medical Association’s Code of Medical Ethics.

Jeffrey Shuren, MD, JD; Robert M. Califf, MD

This Viewpoint discusses creation of a US evaluation system for health technology that could quickly identify problematic devices, accurately and transparently characterize and disseminate information about device performance in clinical practice, and efficiently generate data to support premarket clearance or approval of new devices and new uses of ...

This Viewpoint discusses a learning health system proposed by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine that aims to ensure continuous improvement in trauma care among military personnel and civilians.

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