Surrogate endpoints provide no guarantee of clinical benefit and should be used only as a last resort in drug trials, argue these authors
Changes to periods have been experienced shortly after covid-19 vaccination. We are still awaiting definitive evidence, says Victoria Male, but in the interim how should clinicians counsel patients?
We’re being encouraged to accept that 130 deaths a day from a preventable infectious disease is unremarkable. I beg to differ, says Helen Salisbury
Evidence is mounting that natural immunity is at least as protective as vaccination, yet public health leadership says everyone needs the vaccine. Jennifer Block investigates
Some doctors say that neutrality is the best way for organisations such as the BMA to represent members’ diverse views on legalising medical help to die, while others say that it indicates tacit support and can mask strong objections
The greatest threat to global public health is the continued failure of world leaders to keep the global temperature rise below 1.5°C. More than 200 health journals across the world have come together to publish this Editorial urging governments to act