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In reference to your note in the Medical News section of the Nov 3 issue of The Journal (182:52), we wish to point out that we reported our observations and experiments on blood group A-like substances in egg-grown influenza viruses at the Ninth...
Five popular aspirin-containing analgesic preparations were compared with one another and with a placebo. In a group of 198 postpartum patients, all 5 preparations gave better relief from pain than did the placebo, and there were no significant differences among them during the first 3...
A 65-yr-old white man was hospitalized for an acute myocardial infarction, and heparin therapy was begun. Except for a mild pneumonitis without overt evidence of septicemia, he improved until the eighth hospital day, when acute abdominal symptoms developed, followed by coma and death....
Yearly Radiation Report.—
Radioactive fallout is thinning over most US cities, according to the second Public Health Service report on 12-mo accumulations of iodine 131, strontium 90, and strontium 89 based on radioactivity tests of milk samples at 62 US monitoring...
A number of recent American Medical Association announcements, each intended to state the Association's position relative to diet and heart disease, may have had the combined effect of promoting confusion. It is the purpose of this editorial to attempt to review the situation and to...
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