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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...
The recent stimulus to cancer control in the United States, as a result of the efforts of the American Cancer Society, the United States Public Health Service and various state health departments, has eventuated in the opening of a large number of cancer detection centers throughout the...
It is likely that the symptom of headache confronts the general practitioner more frequently than any other. It is something that often carries with it mental anxiety as well as physical discomfort because it contains an element of fear coupled with an "inescapable" type of pain. It is...
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...
THE PRESENT SITUATION
Undernutrition and Vitamin Deficiency Among the Navajo Indians.—
The Navajos share almost uniformly a state of definite undernutrition. The only exceptions are the children who have been in boarding schools and the Indians living around Shiprock, where better food is...
The appearance of Brucella agglutinins in significant titers following the administration of cholera vaccine has been reported to occur in 7 of 8 persons.1 In further observations2 on an additional 20 subjects given the standard two dose cholera vaccination, 80 per cent showed positive Brucella...
Ventricular fibrillation occurs as the terminal arrhythmia in approximately 50 per cent of patients.1 If ventricular fibrillation develops in hearts that are relatively normal, especially during operations, defibrillation may be life saving. During the period before regular rhythm is restored...
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