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We are concerned with a problem on which there are sharp differences of opinion. In fact, were there not these differences of opinion there would be no problem.
As to the ultimate aim we are all agreed. I believe no one can quarrel with the platform of the American Medical Association, adopted...
[To Dr. Engelsher's communication Dr. Waldbott replies:]
To the Editor:—
The comment by Dr. Engelsher reemphasizes a number of points brought out in my paper. Concerning those on which there is some divergence of opinion, I wish to suggest the following:...
Astwood1 has reported that diethyl thiobarbituric acid (thiobarbital) has antithyroid activity similar to that of thiouracil. Experiments on rats showed that thiobarbital in small doses was somewhat more effective in inhibiting thyroid function and perhaps less toxic than thiouracil. In...
Farewell Reception in Honor of Dr. Dunham
A farewell reception was recently held in the office of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs, Washington, in honor of Dr. George C. Dunham, who recently resigned as president of the institute because of ill health (The...
THE NATIONAL HEALTH ACT OF 1945
An Analysis Prepared by the Bureau of Legal Medicine and Legislation, American Medical Association
Immediately following the submission to the Congress by President Truman of his special message on health, November 19,...
In 1943 the authors gave a report on the treatment of combat induced illnesses in the North African campaign. The work had been carried out at a hospital behind the lines on patients from ground and air forces and from British and American fighting units. The present book is based on...
Last week The Journal published the message sent to Congress on November 19 by President Harry S. Truman submitting a National Health Program. On the same day Senator Wagner of New York introduced for himself and Senator Murray Senate S. 1606, and Congressman Dingell introduced into the...
This is a carefully prepared report on the experiences of the author in the management of 76 cases of bone grafting in the treatment of fractures. The general principles relating to the use of bone grafts are excellently set forth but there is perhaps too great an elaboration of...
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