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To the Editor:
—I should like to comment briefly on the answer by Dr. Evan Calkins to the question on Pain in Lower Extremity, which appeared in the June 2 issue of The Journal (180:795).
I think it improper to dismiss this question without some mention of peripheral vascular disorder....
With today's specializations in the field of medicine, the private practitioner is concerned primarily with curative rather than preventive medicine. The pressures of practice make it impossible for him to completely fulfill his natural role in disease prevention. The trend of the past 2 decades...
Drug Investigation Rules.
—The Food and Drug Administration issued new regulations which require detailed reporting to the government of clinical investigations of new drugs. The regulations become effective on Feb 7.
The Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association said in a statement that the...
"Suck and Blow" Typing.
—A new "suck and blow" control unit allows totally disabled persons to type at 25 words a minute. Up to ten appliances can be connected to the unit at one time, and it is also used to give complex or simple on-and-off control of a television set, tape recorder, bell,...
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