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Radiologists Outperform AI in Identifying Lung Diseases on Chest X-rays
In the intricate realm of chest X-ray interpretation, AI shines in detecting diseases but falls short in discerning their absence, especially in complex cases. Lead author Dr. Louis Plesner cautions against relying solely on AI, emphasizing the indispensable role of human radiologists.
Internal Medicine November 28th 2023
Combo Vaccine for Influenza and COVID-19 Looks Promising in Early Study
The recent phase 1/2 study of Pfizer-BioNTech’s combination vaccine candidate demonstrated robust immune responses to influenza A, influenza B, and SARS-CoV-2 strains. This promising development could significantly impact global immunization practices.
Allergy & Immunology October 30th 2023
CDC Recommends RSV Vaccine Abrysvo for Use During Pregnancy to Protect Infants
ACIP’s endorsement of Abrysvo offers a new preventive measure against RSV in infants, urging healthcare providers to discuss this option with expectant parents.
Allergy & Immunology October 4th 2023
MARS 2: Chemo Alone May Be Superior to Surgery Plus Chemo in Mesothelioma
Recent findings from the MARS 2 trial challenge traditional treatment protocols for mesothelioma, indicating that chemotherapy alone may offer improved outcomes over combined surgical approaches. Discover why experts are re-evaluating long-standing surgical treatments.
Oncology, Medical September 25th 2023