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In the introduction to its "Official Rules," which have been used as a model by subsequent similar organizations, the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry states that these were adopted "primarily with the object of protecting the medical profession and the public against fraud, undesirable...
In 1926 Robert P. Kennedy1 published a method of colorimetry, for hemoglobin especially, that was so new, so valuable, that it is indeed regrettable that the very scholarliness of his paper seems to have concealed his discovery from most of us.
With the exception of spectrophotometry,...
From both military and economic aspects, any relatively nontoxic therapy which will shorten the course of a prevalent disease, if even for a few days, is worthy of application. Since it is generally acknowledged that tonsillitis is responsible for a significant number of the total man...
This book is a practical and much needed contribution. The author published another book on modern treatment of neurosyphilis eleven years ago when he practiced in Vienna. This publication is written along the same lines. It is divided into two parts, namely technics of withdrawal and...
POSTWAR TRAFFIC DANGERS
Automobile traffic hazards will no doubt begin to increase almost at once after the end of the war. Methods to control this problem should receive careful consideration now. The National Safety Council has just published an excellent brochure...
In a preliminary report1 the influence of penicillin therapy on the clinical manifestations and serologic reactions of patients with early syphilis was presented. The report was based on the results of a curtailed period of observation of a group of 4 patients. It is our purpose in the...
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