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Any discussion of the value of irradiation in myelogenous leukemia must be based on a knowledge of the natural course of this disease. The duration of life in untreated cases is not well known; statistics are few, and the following factors make difficult the determination of this point:...
This is a separate issue of numbers 1-3 of volume 3 of Immunität, Allergie und Infektionskrankheiten, which is devoted to the presentation of the practical results of scientific investigation and clinical experience. The newer results of the investigation of infantile paralysis are...
About twenty years ago, Sabouraud1 introduced a 1 per cent thallium acetate ointment for the treatment of ringworm of the scalp. He emphasized the toxicity of thallium acetate. If one uses an ointment containing more than 1 per cent of thallium acetate or if one applies the ointment too...
The subject of allergy is a comparatively new one, and though references to anaphylactic and allergic reactions have appeared in the literature for many years, it is only since the time of Pirquet, who introduced the term allergy in 1911, that real strides have been made. Whereas pollens...
Cost of Medical Socialism Creates a Grave Position
In the house of commons Sir Kingsley Wood (formerly parliamentary secretary to the ministry of health) drew attention to a disturbing aspect of national health insurance. A total of some $175,000,000 was paid out...
Protection of Childhood and Motherhood
In the present territory of the Ukrainian Socialist Soviet Republic, in the tsarist time, there were no institutions for taking care of children, as well as no laws for protecting the child and the mother. The living conditions...
To the Editor:
—An editorial, August 8, notes the small part of the surface of an albino rat not covered by hair and therefore susceptible of receiving ultraviolet influence.
Rachitic baby chicks placed in the sunshine recover rapidly. Such chicks are...
This small volume represents a second publication in German of collected addresses delivered by a series of students of the rheumatoid problem at the (second) course for physicians held under the auspices of the institute for the study of rheumatism at Aachen, Germany, in October, 1930....
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