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MD-FM Edition October 11th - In children with hemophilia, “vigorous” sports don’t appear to increase the absolute risk of bleeding

Breaking Medical News from Around the World in 8 Minutes - Every week - Cognitive impairments induced by chemotherapy can persist long after treatment is completed - Long-term survivors of childhood Hodgkin's lymphoma are also at risk for neuro-cognitive impairment - Antidepressant treatment of maternal depression during pregnancy was associated with accelerated language development in babies - General practitioners should be encouraged to take a greater role in excluding a diagnosis of pulmonary embolism - In children with hemophilia, "vigorous" sports don't appear to increase the absolute risk of bleeding - People with HIV-AIDS are at increased risk of developing esophageal and stomach carcinomas

Duration: 09:01
Licence: CC - Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives
Original Language: English
Available in 2 Languages: Italian - English
Published: 10/23/2012
Diseases and Conditions: AIDS / Bleeding / Blood Disorders / Breast Cancer / Depression / HIV / Pregnancy

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