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Too busy with festive preparations to keep an eye on Twitter? Here's our round-up of what you might have missed on Twitter last week.

  • New figures show that nurses and doctors remain the most trusted professions in Britain, while politicians are seen as the least likely to tell the truth
  • A surefire contender for scariest (and most creative) radiotherapy mask at Leeds Children’s Hospital
  • Similarities between aviation and patient safety spotted at the @rpharms Medicines Safety Conference
  • An in-depth dive into data on diabetes hotspots in England from @carlbaker
  • The latest statistics from the @ONS show that geographical inequalities in cancer survival have fallen since 2000
  • A different perspective on clinical trials – what do researchers do when a trial fails?
  • A personal account of the psychological impact of unwarranted whistleblowing accusations
  • An illustrated guide to the travails of the on call medical registrar

From America

  • Amazon could be preparing to try to shake up the US pharmacy market
  • A look at the complex legal and medical challenges posed by a ‘do not resuscitate’ tattoo

And finally:

  • A look through the @RCPmuseum archives on lung health has turned up a recipe for a winter warmer to ward off tuberculosis that you could (but probably shouldn't) make with festive leftovers