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AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CLEVELAND, JAN. 5-8, 1948
TO THE OFFICERS, FELLOWS AND MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
The interim session of the American Medical Association will be held...
To the Editor:—
The term "motor vehicle accident" should cover all accidents that cause injury to person or property on the highway. Such accidents, whether slight or severe, are due to similar causes such as defects or obstacles in the highway; a highway...
The field of biochemistry has long felt the need of a textbook devoted to cellular biochemistry written in a form which is understandable to a student who has not yet had advanced biochemical training. This volume fulfils such a need in covering two broad subjects, enzymes and...
The problem of cancer is a challenge to the scientists of the world. It is still wrapped in mysteries about which there exist only the foggiest notions.
Physicians have a considerable fund of knowledge in regard to the agents which can bring about the cellular changes known as...
SPECIAL SERIES ON CANCER
In this issue of The Journal appears the first of a series of articles on cancer. The series was developed as a joint project of the American Medical Association and the American Cancer Society under the sponsorship of an editorial committee...
The only clinically significant hypertension due to circulating epinephrine of which we know is associated with pheochromocytoma. This is a tumor consisting of chromaffin tissue, producing epinephrine, and arising either in the adrenal medulla or in one of the many, widespread areas...
The increase in the average life expectancy from fifty years in 1900 to sixty-six years at the present time has resulted in a marked increase in the amount of surgical treatment given persons of advanced years.
There has been an increase in the amount of surgical treatment given...
Douglass Poteat, executive vice president of the American Cancer Society, speaking at the annual meeting of the society, stated that cancer is killing about 188,000 Americans this year. Thus cancer is second only to conditions affecting the heart and circulation as the nation's most...
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