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THE PROMISE OF CHEMOTHERAPY FOR HODGKIN'S DISEASE
Studies under the auspices of the Chemical Warfare Service and related agencies on the mode of action cf various toxic compounds may lead to the discovery of compounds with unanticipated therapeutic values. Gilman and...
PROCEEDINGS of the SAN FRANCISCO SESSION
MINUTES OF THE NINETY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, HELD IN SAN FRANCISCO, JULY 1-5, 194
HOUSE OF DELEGATES...
In people over 60 years of age the most massive and advanced atheromatous lesions are generally found in the distal third of the aorta and in the iliac arteries. Similar lesions in the arteries of the heart, brain and lower extremities therefore appear to be merely local manifestations...
Loss of blood from the gastrointestinal tract, no matter how slight, deserves serious consideration, particularly if it is persistent. Slow and intermittent bleeding with progressive anemia can be temporized with to a certain extent while a search for the source of the loss of blood is...
AGRANULOCYTOSIS INDUCED BY AMINOPYRINE SUPPOSITORIES
Recovery Following the Use of Penicillin in a Highly Allergic Individual
ERICH URBACH, M.D. and HAROLD L. GOLDBURGH, M.D. Philadelphia
Agranulocytosis caused by aminopyrine is well...
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