Case Report 04 December 2018 Dr Daniel Xu

Quick thinking makes a crucial difference for a boy with leukaemia

Matthew, a seven-year-old boy and a regular patient of the practice, presents with another upper respiratory tract infection. It is the fourth episode in the past five weeks.
Case Report 14 November 2018 Dr Ivan Lee

How a painful rash ended in urgent chemo

Fiona, a 65-year-old retired woman, who is generally very healthy, presents with a one-week history of a generalised painful rash. It initially affected her vagina then progressed to involve her chest and abdomen.
How to Treat 09 November 2018 Dr Stephanie Anderson, Dr John Gibson
How to Treat 12 October 2018 Dr Praveen Gounder, Dr John Gibson
Therapy Update 25 September 2018 Dr Steve Flecknoe-Brown

Stop calling them blood thinners

Significant advances in cardiovascular disease management have been made in the past two decades due to an ever-increasing number of drugs that affect the human blood coagulation system.
How to Treat 30 August 2018 Dr Ahmad Alcheikh, Dr John Gibson
How to Treat 12 July 2018 Dr Shafqat Inam, Dr Alex Wong, Dr John Gibson
Picture Quiz 29 May 2018 Dr Paul Goodridge

Does this FBC indicate acute lymphocytic leukaemia?

Vic is a 67-year-old male who works as a delivery driver. He presents to his GP with one month of lethargy and easy bruising. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.
How to Treat 25 May 2018 Dr Caroline Dix, Dr John Gibson
How to Treat 20 April 2018 Dr Jacinta Perram, Dr John Gibson