Study evaluates factors that affect patients’ ability to recall their sexual function and activity June 26, 2013
Many chronic diseases and their treatments can affect people’s sexual health and function, significantly hindering their quality of life. A study led by researchers at Duke Medicine found that people can remember their sexual function and activity over the previous month reasonably well, but their gender and the mood they feel at the time of reporting can influence what they report.
Re-Analysis of Diabetes Drug Finds No Higher Heart Attack Risk June 6, 2013
A re-analysis of the data from a pivotal study of rosiglitazone found no increased risk of cardiovascular events associated with the controversial diabetes drug, according to researchers at the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI).
Duke to Co-Lead NIH Research Network on Antibacterial Resistance June 3, 2013
Investigators at Duke Medicine and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) have been selected to oversee a nationwide research program on antibacterial resistance, which includes a focus on the growing unmet challenges associated with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and E. coli.