Rapid Update 2 – October 2019: Public health assessment finds a quarter of adults in England prescribed medicines associated with dependence or withdrawal

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Rapid Update 1 – February 2019 Hormone replacement therapy (HRT): Further evidence that oral but not transdermal HRT is associated with venous thromboembolism

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Rapid Update 2-August 2018: Medication safety: Study suggests fixed-dose drug combinations are associated with an increased risk of therapeutic duplication

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Rapid Update 3- July 2018: Hospital discharge summaries: failure to process requested actions in primary care are common and can cause harm

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Rapid Update 2- February 2018: Biochemical monitoring: UK observational study in people taking an aldosterone antagonist finds many are not monitored in line with guidelines

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