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For many years prior to this war infectious hepatitis was considered to be a relatively infrequent and unimportant disease. During the last four years, however, cases have been appearing in increasing numbers in both civilians1 and military personnel in various parts of the world. This...
(From a Special Correspondent)
July 30, 1945.
One Hundred and Seventieth Birthday of the Army Medical Department
Instead of cutting a birthday cake, the Army unveiled some of the medical advances made...
A nationwide plan for provision of medical care is embodied in the Wagner-Murray Bill S. 1050, which has been presented to Congress for consideration. The American Public Health Association has formulated a policy, "A National Program for Medical Care,"1 and the Committee of 29 on...
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
July 7, 1945.
Central Medical War Committee of British Medical Association Thanked by the Government for Its Services
On the termination of the warin Europe Mr. Willink, minister...
This is a comprehensive statement of what we know and an acknowledgment of what we do not know about the common cold. It is written for the lay reader and is of interest to the doctor because he is so frequently called on to recommend books to his patients. This book is interesting,...
To the Editor:—
A pharmaceutical house has distributed to physicians a pamphlet printed by the Public Affairs Committee called "Epilepsy, the Ghost Is Out of the Closet." An accompanying letter from the company's president quotes a favorable comment about the...
In conception, organization, execution and production this book is an outstanding contribution to the literature in medicine for the lay reader. It is definitely conceived as a treatise in a limited field of bacteriology as indicated by its title, "Microbes That Cripple," and takes in,...
It has long been established that the disturbances in water, electrolyte and carbohydrate metabolism in acute adrenal cortical insufficiency may be corrected by adequate replacement therapy. Under certain circumstances, however, sudden circulatory collapse and even death may occur in...
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