Mary Poppins no longer has the answers in medicine – for either doctor or patient 

It is said that when Robert Sherman sat down to write 'A Spoonful of Sugar' he was inspired by his children's tale of being given their polio vaccine on a sugar cube. The iconic song from Mary Poppins, lyrically captures a moment in time when the relationship between society, medicine and research was a more... Continue Reading →

It’s a personal thing: You say stratified medicine and I say…

The UK Academy of Medical Sciences (AMS) does not do hyperbole.  This is a good thing considering the histrionics that usually accompanies discussion about stratified medicine. AMS brought out its long-awaited report on stratified medicine on Friday entitled 'Realising the potential of stratified medicine.' It's straight-laced approach to the subject matter means it failed to... Continue Reading →

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