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    Recent events that have sparked nationwide protests and conversations about racism in the United States, including the death of Breonna Taylor, underscore the need for more Black women to pursue careers in medicine, a speaker at the Women in Medicine Summit said. “Breaking any barriers involves increasing the numbers of Black women physicians,” Niva Lubin-Johnson, MD, FACP, an

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    In this narrative medicine essay, a physician shares his thoughts about how the phrase “there is no evidence to suggest,” commonly used in the medical literature, can lead to false inferences and suppression of clinical intuition, and suggests four alternative phrases for clarifying inferences and…

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    Deaths caused by firearms and poisonings increased substantially in the United States from 1999 to 2020, highlighting an urgent need for public health interventions, according to researchers.Death by external causes is a leading cause of mortality in the U.S., but not much is known about trends over time by demographic characteristics and intent, Wayne R. Lawrence, DrPH, a research fellow at the

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