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During the first week of September 1943 at a naval training school situated on the campus of a West Coast civilian educational institution 14 cases of clinical poliomyelitis developed. These cases were observed, diagnosed and treated at a nearby army station hospital. At the same time 3...
At the beginning of a dermatologie army service in Arkansas, one of us saw soldiers with huge bullae, usually on the legs and neck, which healed with mild antiseptics in about ten days. These patients had been involved in activities which took place in fields and woods. Previous experience in...
WORLD DRUG NEEDS
In a recent article in the Foreign Commerce Weekly (May 11, p. 3) T. W. Delahanty urges that thought be given to the great potential drug market in foreign countries. "Achievements during the war period seem to open the way for further salutary...
ARMY AND NAVY
JOINT ACTION TO RELIEVE SHORTAGE OF MEDICAL AND DENTAL OFFICERS
The War and Navy departments have announced joint action taken to relieve a very serious shortage of medical and dental officers which now exists in the combined...
Late in 1945 a report was issued by the National Health Council recommending complete reorganization of the nation's 20,000 voluntary health agencies under a "strong, central agency" and the pooling of their fund raising appeals. The report, commonly called the Gunn-Platt report, was...
Dr. Londres has written a large and impressive book chiefly concerned with the clinical aspects of arterial hypertension. The first portion of the work describes the physiologic aspects of blood pressure and includes the usual data found in most good textbooks of physiology. An excellent...
National Health Program
PLATFORM ADOPTED BY THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
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