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Doug Owens on universal HIV screening
In this podcast, Douglas Owens, MD, professor of medicine and a task force member, discusses how he believes the recommendation, if implemented, could have a substantial impact on the course of the epidemic in the United States. Length: 15 min.
November 21, 2012 in Scope (blog)
Tailored Medicine Could Prevent More Heart Attacks
"This shows that there might be better ways for physicians to choose who gets treated and who does not," said Dr. Douglas K. Owens of the VA Palo Alto Health Care System in California, who wrote an editorial published with the study.
May 16, 2011 in HealthNews
Studies show misuse of expensive blood-clotting drug
The agency funded both Stanford studies. The second study examined the risks and benefits of prescribing RF7a for five particular patient scenarios or conditions: heart surgery, intracranial hemorrhage, body and brain trauma, liver transplantation and ...
April 20, 2011 in The Stanford Daily
Plan to combat growing HIV epidemic in Ukraine
In a study published in the March issue of PLoS-Medicine, researchers at Stanford University and the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System demonstrate that the most effective way to combat the spreading disease is a combined program of drug ...
March 2, 2011 in PhysOrg.com (press release)
Stanford study offers plan to combat AIDS in UkraineMore news around the web »
Antiretroviral treatment not only helps the infected individuals, but also reduces the amount of virus they carry so they are less likely to transmit it to others in the general population, notes Douglas Owens, MD, a professor of medicine at Stanford ...
March 1, 2011 in Scope (blog)