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Defense Sticks by Overseas Drug Policy.—
The Defense Department said it will not change its policy of buying drugs overseas despite the indictment of eight men accused of conspiring to steal antibiotic drug cultures and shipping them to Italy.
Fifty percent of the first-time mothers who participated in a University of Michigan survey suffered "disenchantment syndrome" when they went home with their babies, university researchers reported at the American Public Health Association meeting in Miami Beach last month.
A consultant to the U.S. Public Health Service disputed published warnings that commercial flu vaccines should not be administered to pregnant women or prospective blood donors with Type O blood.
In a statement released by the PHS Communicable Disease Center in Atlanta, Dr. Fred...
Microsurgery techniques now can be taught to a greater number of doctors through the use of a new closed-circuit television microscope system. The method was previewed Nov. 1 when science reporters watched ear surgery at the New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital.
The relationship of modern-day cosmetics to skin disorders will be analyzed at a one-day symposium on Cosmetic Aspects of Dermatology Dec. 4 in Chicago.
The symposium will be sponsored by the AMA Committee on Cosmetics as a part of the program of the annual meeting of the...
Cincinnati Pharmacologist Tells of Phocomelia Study
A German-born pharmacologist at the University of Cincinnati, Dr. Gunter Grupp, has released a report on a survey he made in August and September of the birth defect epidemic in Germany.
Surgeon General Luther L. Terry of the Public Health Service has announced the appointment of ten scientists to his Advisory Committee on Smoking and Health. The Committee met for the first time Nov. 9-10 in Washington.
Members were selected by the Surgeon General from...
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