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  • Mainly boys under 18 and bystanders are injured by fireworks

    Particularly boys under 18 and bystanders get injured by fireworks. Hospitals in the southwest region of the Netherlands started recording these injuries around New Year’s Eve 2017/2018 and published their findings in the Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde (The Dutch Journal of Medicine).

    Date published: 13 December 2018

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  • “Treating a brain tumor is delicate business”

    The Erasmus MC Cancer Institute has launched an online campaign ‘Inside the head of the specialist’, a series of interviews in which specialists talk about a topic that is less known by the public: a rare form of cancer, experimental research, the toll of the work of a medical specialist. This interview features Erasmus MC's Clemens Dirven, neurosurgeon.

    Date published: 12 December 2018

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  • Less is often more in the last phase of life

    Physicians should be more aware of the medication and other treatment provided to patients as they approach the end of life. This is one of the findings presented in the thesis of trainee internist/oncologist and clinical pharmacologist Eric Geijteman, who received his PhD for his unique research on 12 December.

    Date published: 12 December 2018

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  • Fertility and men with cancer

    Date published: 27 November 2018

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