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This compact little book, which can easily be carried about in one's pocket, is full of provocative and digestible thoughts about the more important virus diseases of man. These thoughts were presented in the Edward K. Dunham Lectures given at Harvard University in 1944 by Dr. Burnet of...
DEFERMENT AND DECELERATION IN MEDICAL EDUCATION
The following State Directive Advise No. 322 was issued December 3 from National Headquarters of the Selective Service System by Lewis B. Hershey.
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract LONDON (From Our Regular Correspondent)Nov. 17, 1945. A New British Antimalarial Drug The loss of Java early in the war resulted in a worldwide shortage...
The stomach is a rare site for Actinomyces to gain a primary foothold. While the fungus is known to be of relatively low pathogenicity, once a port of entry is established the infection is very tenacious, and a granulomatous lesion results. Intestinal actinomycosis is well known. Two factors...
Honorary membership in the Los Angeles Surgical Society was presented to Dr. Frederick A. Coller, professor and head of the department of surgery, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, during the...
To the Editor:—
Occasionally, discoveries are made in apparently unrelated fields in medicine which under closer examinations can be brought under a common denominator.
While a chief resident at the Montefiore hospital, New York, I was investigating a...
For some years Dr. Herman N. Bundesen, chairman of the Epidemic Committee of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Inc., has believed that a coordinated and systematic field study of the epidemiology of poliomyelitis should be undertaken by a single group of well trained...
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