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Cancer incidence and trihalomethane concentrations in a public drinking water system. G L Carlo and C J Mettlin Four thousand two hundred fifty-five cases of esophageal, stomach, colon, rectal, bladder, and pancreatic cancer reported from Erie County, NY between 1973 and 1976 were analyzed in...
Health stability and change: a study of urban black youth. A F Brunswick Personal interviews were conducted with a representative sample of 536 urban Black youth at two points in their life cycle: first when they were adolescents, aged 12--17, and six to eight years later when they were young...
Expanded home-based care for the impaired elderly: solution or pipe dream? B D Dunlop Benefits assumed by those calling for massive expansion of home health care to include preventive, health-supportive services for the dependent aged--reduced institutionalization, reduced stress among family...
Drug product selection: the Florida experience. G J Vuturo , J P Krischer and W C McCormick Drug product selection, the act of selecting and dispensing a lower cost generically equivalent product to that prescribed, is made possible in 46 states through recently enacted legislation. Florida's...
Gaining control: reform, reimbursement and politics in New York's community hospitals, 1890--1915. D Rosner This is an historical study of an early twentieth century political struggle regarding hospital reimbursement in New York City. During a period called the "Progressive Era" (1895--1915),...
Respiratory disease mortality in New Mexico's American Indians and Hispanics. J M Samet , C R Key , D M Kutvirt and C L Wiggins To determine the effect of ethnic group on respiratory disease occurrence, average annual sex, ethnic, and disease specific mortality rates for the period of 1969 to...
Symptomatology in head and neck cancer: a quantitative review of 385 cases. S Kaufman , J C Grabau and J M Loré, Jr Symptom durations in head and neck cancer patients analyzed as a function of tumor stage suggest a reversal of the "common sense" notion that patients with early disease generally...
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