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    January 2022
  1. BROWN K, Yahyouche A, Haroon S, Camaradou J, et al
    Long COVID and self-management.
    Lancet. 2022;399:355.

    December 2021
    Zarlasht Halaimzai: striving to provide a better future for refugees.
    Lancet. 2021;398:2143.

    November 2021
  3. HELLER SR, Durrant A, Tandon N
    Insulin, the patient, and the health professional.
    Lancet. 2021;398:1785-1786.

    July 2021
  4. HOPEWELL S, Keene DJ, Marian IR, Dritsaki M, et al
    Progressive exercise compared with best practice advice, with or without corticosteroid injection, for the treatment of patients with rotator cuff disorders (GRASP): a multicentre, pragmatic, 2 x 2 factorial, randomised controlled trial.
    Lancet. 2021;398:416-428.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  5. PANDEY AC, Golbus JR, Topol EJ
    Cardiac rehabilitation in the digital era.
    Lancet. 2021;398:16.

    May 2021
  6. KNOTKOVA H, Hamani C, Sivanesan E, Le Beuffe MFE, et al
    Neuromodulation for chronic pain.
    Lancet. 2021;397:2111-2124.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    April 2021
  7. DAWSON J, Liu CY, Francisco GE, Cramer SC, et al
    Vagus nerve stimulation paired with rehabilitation for upper limb motor function after ischaemic stroke (VNS-REHAB): a randomised, blinded, pivotal, device trial.
    Lancet. 2021;397:1545-1553.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    February 2021
  8. BENJAMIN LA, Phiri T, Simister R, Solomon T, et al
    Recognising HIV infection in systems of care for stroke.
    Lancet. 2021;397:794.

    October 2020
  9. BERNHARDT J, Urimubenshi G, Gandhi DBC, Eng JJ, et al
    Stroke rehabilitation in low-income and middle-income countries: a call to action.
    Lancet. 2020;396:1452-1462.
    PubMed     Abstract available

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