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Symposium on Cerebral Palsy.—
The 1958 Symposium on Cerebral Palsy will be held March 15 in Room 214 Medical Sciences Building, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. Arranged by the Medical Advisory Board of...
With the constantly increasing technological knowledge, we are almost daily presented with new materials and processes to facilitate all mechanical tasks. In this present era it is not unusual to find that plastic materials are used to replace wood products, leather, or cardboard, while...
Hospital-acquired infections due to antibiotic-resistant strains of Staphylococcus aureus present a problem that has become increasingly serious in recent years. It has been demonstrated by numerous investigators that antibiotic-resistant staphylococci have become well established in the...
A program for reducing the incidence of streptococcic disease was instituted in a system of primary schools involving 6,460 children. All children with symptoms of respiratory infection were inspected daily; a culture was made from the nasopharynx of every child with signs of...
IT TAKES TWO...
Gunnar Gundersen, M.D.
It takes two for a good many things in our world today. For example, two heads are better than one; there are two sides to every question; there are two eternities—past and future; it takes two to converse; it takes...
From the broad ecologic point of view, the staphylococci must be classified among the more successful microparasites of man. Over the past century many of man's worst parasites have been routed either by. conscious design through intelligent application of preventive measures or by beneficient...
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