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The tortured trail of inquiry into the etiology of recurrent aphthous ulcers (canker sores) has led from the gastroenterologist to the allergist and from the oral surgeon to the dermatologist. A carefully arranged study of the role of hypersensitivity and particularly food allergy was...
Leukocyte and Thrombocyte Antibodies
Current Concepts of Their Origin, Identity, and Significance
James L. Tullis, M.D., Jamaica Plain, Mass.
THE CONCEPT that the antileukocyte and antithrombocyte proteins derived from leukopenic...
THIRTY-FOUR YEARS AGO, Dr. Arthur Dean Bevan, then chairman of the Council on Medical Education and Hospital of the American Medical Association, pointed out that medicine is one of the great functions of modern civilization. He said:
Medicine is in everyday contact with every...
Robert Boyle (1627-1691), a self-taught natural philosopher deeply interested in the medical sciences, possessed a degree in medicine, which was not earned but was created for this 17th century genius. His name is familiar to many because of the recognition of the reciprocal relationship...
THE APPARENT dependence, in some cases of cancer of the thyroid, on a growth force from the pituitary gland, and a system of treatment to combat this, were described in 1953. Clinical examples of regression of pulmonary metastases under the influence of exogenous thyroid hormone medication were...
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