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    April 2024
  1. MORGAN M, Shaw S, Ali T, Hodges Y, et al
    Group A beta-haemolytic streptococcal infection in children.
    BMJ. 2024;385:e077561.
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  2. SMOUT E, Mellon D, Rae M
    Whooping cough rises sharply in UK and Europe.
    BMJ. 2024;385:q736.
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    March 2024
    Whooping cough: over 3000 cases reported in Czech Republic so far this year.
    BMJ. 2024;384:q729.
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    February 2024
    Maternal syphilis rates tripled in the US between 2016 and 2022, data show.
    BMJ. 2024;384:q416.
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  5. WISE J
    Diphtheria: WHO publishes first ever guidance following outbreaks.
    BMJ. 2024;384:q407.
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    January 2024
  6. DYER C
    Former GP lead for NHS England who downloaded child pornography is struck off.
    BMJ. 2024;384:q262.
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  7. DYER C
    Gastroenterologist who was struck off for false pay claims rejoins GMC register after "journey of remediation".
    BMJ. 2024;384:q181.
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    December 2023
  8. DYER C
    Cosmetic surgeon is struck off for dishonesty and as a risk to patient safety.
    BMJ. 2023;383:2882.
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    November 2023
  9. DYER C
    A&E doctor who altered notes after failing to check patient's blood results before discharge is struck off.
    BMJ. 2023;383:2805.
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  10. Anti-tuberculosis drug-induced liver injury.
    BMJ. 2023;383:p2806.
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  11. MAHASE E
    Routinely offer MenB jabs to prevent gonorrhoea, UK vaccine committee recommends.
    BMJ. 2023;383:p2696.
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    October 2023
  12. LIM WS, Avery A, Kon OM, Dedicoat M, et al
    Anti-tuberculosis drug-induced liver injury.
    BMJ. 2023;383:e074866.
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  13. DYER C
    GP who left retirement to work in pandemic has been struck off for antivaccine comments and berating many social groups.
    BMJ. 2023;383:2500.
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  14. DYER C
    Surgeon who repeated false claims about covid and vaccines while suspended is struck off.
    BMJ. 2023;383:p2308.
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    Asylum seekers' boats: from the perils of drowning to the hazards of Legionnaires' disease.
    BMJ. 2023;383:p2290.
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    September 2023
  16. DYER C
    Locum emergency consultant is struck off for series of missed diagnoses.
    BMJ. 2023;382:p2196.
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  17. TANNE JH
    Congenital syphilis: Public health failures are blamed for "alarming" increase in cases in Mississippi.
    BMJ. 2023;382:p2180.
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    August 2023
  18. BHUIYAN TR, Qadri F, Chowdhury F
    Cholera: resurgence of fatal yet preventable disease.
    BMJ. 2023;382:1831.
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  19. LOOI MK
    How legionnaires' disease evacuated an asylum seekers' boat.
    BMJ. 2023;382:1876.
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    UN high level meeting must chart a path to TB elimination.
    BMJ. 2023;382:1812.
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  21. MAHASE E
    Leprosy may now be endemic in Florida, clinicians warn.
    BMJ. 2023;382:1804.
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    July 2023
  22. DYER C
    GP is struck off after comments made to parents about vaccines.
    BMJ. 2023;382:p1581.
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    June 2023
  23. DYER C
    Surgeon who operated beyond competence in performing vaginal repair is struck off.
    BMJ. 2023;381:p1514.
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    Bacterial meningitis is a notifiable disease.
    BMJ. 2023;381:p1470.
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  25. DYER C
    ENT surgeon who performed operations outside his expertise is struck off.
    BMJ. 2023;381:1402.
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  26. TANNE JH
    Fungal infections are especially dangerous for covid-19 patients, CDC study warns.
    BMJ. 2023;381:p1378.
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  27. JOSHI TL
    Candida auris: another frontier in the battle against antimicrobial resistance.
    BMJ. 2023;381:p1276.
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  28. MAHASE E
    Doctors are told to stay alert as cases of gonorrhoea and syphilis reach record highs.
    BMJ. 2023;381:p1300.
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  29. DYER C
    Trainee GP is struck off after sexually motivated examination of patient.
    BMJ. 2023;381:1256.
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    May 2023
    Bacterial meningitis in children.
    BMJ. 2023;381:p728.
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  31. DYER C
    Doctor is struck off a second time for trying to conceal past erasure.
    BMJ. 2023;381:p1199.
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    April 2023
  32. DYER C
    GP is struck off for "utterly deplorable" litany of treatment failures.
    BMJ. 2023;381:p918.
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  33. DYER C
    Doctor imprisoned for patient's death after botched biopsy is struck off.
    BMJ. 2023;381:871.
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  34. CLARK J
    How pandemic publishing struck a blow to the visibility of women's expertise.
    BMJ. 2023;381:p788.
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    March 2023
    Cholera makes a comeback amid calls to boost vaccine production.
    BMJ. 2023;380:636.
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    India rejects application to extend patent on TB drug bedaquiline.
    BMJ. 2023;380:724.
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  37. DYER C
    Doctor who sent explicit material to alumni is suspended despite asking to be struck off.
    BMJ. 2023;380:p669.
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  38. CHENG X, Peng KA, Chen B, Shu Y, et al
    A teenager with auricular infection secondary to piercing.
    BMJ. 2023;380:e071715.
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  39. YANFUL B, Kumar MB, Elorrio EG, Atim C, et al
    Decolonisation and quality of care.
    BMJ. 2023;380:e071585.
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  40. DYER C
    GP who pursued a sexual relationship with a girl while a student is struck off.
    BMJ. 2023;380:p546.
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  41. DYER C
    Locum surgeon is struck off for failing to call for help during botched appendectomies.
    BMJ. 2023;380:p507.
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    Cholera: World Health Organization warns of rising cases in Africa.
    BMJ. 2023;380:p488.
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    February 2023
  43. DYER C
    Consultant suspended for clinical failings is struck off after new charges.
    BMJ. 2023;380:p430.
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  44. DYER C
    Orthopaedic surgeon is struck off for string of failures in treatment of six patients.
    BMJ. 2023;380:393.
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  45. WISE J
    Cholera: Malawi is in grip of its deadliest outbreak.
    BMJ. 2023;380:328.
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  46. DYER C
    Surgeon is struck off for sexually motivated examinations of three students.
    BMJ. 2023;380:p316.
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    January 2023
  47. KHOURY P
    Cholera is back but the world is looking away.
    BMJ. 2023;380:141.
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  48. HAY AD
    The group A strep crisis: can we do better?
    BMJ. 2023;380:p58.
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  49. BAMFORD A, Whittaker E
    Resurgence of group A streptococcal disease in children.
    BMJ. 2023;380:p43.
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    The BMJ Appeal 2022-23: Cholera on the rise and how IFRC is working to fight it.
    BMJ. 2023;380:o3007.
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    December 2022
    Scarlet fever infections rise to nearly 30 000, UKHSA reports.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o3059.
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    Using paediatric blood bottles for adult tests to reduce blood volumes would be hard to implement.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o3001.
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    Strep A: Pharmacists can supply alternative penicillin, in light of shortages.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o3020.
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    Strep A: Allow pharmacists to change prescription formulations, says GP leader.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o2984.
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  55. TALYOR L
    Haiti: Hospitals face critical oxygen shortages and warn of lack of fluids to treat cholera.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o2961.
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  56. WISE J
    Strep A: GPs are put on alert as cases and deaths rise.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o2941.
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    November 2022
  57. DYER C
    Forensic examiner who failed to examine alleged rape victims is struck off.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o2889.
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  58. MAHASE E
    Diphtheria: Home Office ignored offer of help to manage migrant centre outbreak, say public health leaders.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o2887.
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  59. TAYLOR L
    Haiti's cholera treatment centres are overwhelmed as cases surge.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o2831.
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    October 2022
  60. HASAN SB, Harris C, Collier F
    Hidradenitis suppurativa.
    BMJ. 2022;379:e068383.
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  61. FARRELL B, Lass E, Moayyedi P, Ward D, et al
    Reduce unnecessary use of proton pump inhibitors.
    BMJ. 2022;379:e069211.
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  62. TAYLOR L
    Cholera: WHO rations vaccines to preserve stocks amid rising outbreaks.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o2528.
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  63. TAYLOR L
    Haiti's hospitals plan to close amid fuel shortages.
    BMJ. 2022;379:o2379.
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    September 2022
  64. VASSALL A, Masiye F
    Replenishing the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o2320.
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  65. DYER O
    Syphilis and gonorrhoea cases soar in US.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o2355.
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  66. FREE C, Palmer MJ, McCarthy OL, Jerome L, et al
    Effectiveness of a behavioural intervention delivered by text messages (safetxt) on sexually transmitted reinfections in people aged 16-24 years: randomised controlled trial.
    BMJ. 2022;378:e070351.
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  67. DYER C
    Consultant caught by undercover police making plan to abuse girl is struck off.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o2198.
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    August 2022
  68. DYER C
    Surgeon who failed to tell his private patients that he was barred from performing colonoscopies is struck off.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o2104.
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    July 2022
  69. DYER C
    Consultant is struck off after he led parents to pay for private cancer tests for children.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o1884.
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  70. DYER C
    GMC's appeal for GP trainee to be struck off dismissed by High Court.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o1628.
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    May 2022
  71. DYER C
    Retired consultant is struck off over treatment of young transgender patients.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1357.
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    Private practitioners should treat, not just assess.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1247.
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    April 2022
  73. MAHASE E
    Meningitis vaccine could protect against gonorrhoea, studies find.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o997.
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  74. TANNE JH
    Covid-19: Mask mandate is struck down although US cases are rising.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o998.
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    March 2022
  75. CHANG CH, Huang YH
    A young man with red eye.
    BMJ. 2022;376:e064287.
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    January 2022
  76. MESIC A
    Drug resistant tuberculosis in Afghanistan: We must continue to put people at the centre of treatment.
    BMJ. 2022;376:o46.
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    November 2021
    Overdiagnosis and overtreatment during the covid-19 pandemic.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2688.
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    October 2021
  78. FRIEDMAN JN, Davis T, Somaskanthan A, Ma A, et al
    Avoid doing chest x rays in infants with typical bronchiolitis.
    BMJ. 2021;375:e064132.
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