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Seeking international standards for colon cancer surgery

A TRI-sponsored trial seeks to establish best practices for colorectal surgeons around the world

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RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

Electrical stimulation doesn’t seem to hasten stroke recovery 

Device may help wearers, but trial indicates it doesn’t aid long-term rehabilitation

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Reassessing targets for managing kidney disease

Trial suggests doctors in Japan may be overtreating anemia in patients with non-diabetic kidney failure

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Taking a whole-body approach to cancer screening

Whole-body screens that include positron-emission tomography can identify cancers that may otherwise go undetected

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FEATURES

Working together to accelerate medical innovation

Chinese and Japanese participants gathered in Chengdu to discuss advanced medicine

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Medical technology advancing along key fronts

Disruptive strategies for treating diseases, new medical devices and big data are set to transform medical treatment

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INFOGRAPHICS

Prostate cancer

People with cancer of the prostate currently have numerous treatment options available to them. But one of the most established, a type of radiation therapy known as brachytherapy, seems to be falling out of favour with clinicians.

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COLLABORATIONS WITH NATURE

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Eardrum regeneration: membrane repair

Vol. 546 No. 7659_supp (22 June 2017)

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Liver cirrhosis: scar wars

Vol 564, S73 (20 December 2018)