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AMA Opposes Veterans' Nursing Homes.—
The AMA has opposed legislation that would provide nursing home care for veterans, and in so doing advised a House subcommittee on Veterans' Affairs:
"The American Medical Association opposes the construction of nursing...
Will adequately trained personnel be available to administer a nationwide program of hemodialysis? How should treatment be financed? On what basis are patients to be selected? And who makes the decision between life and death?
At a recent conference convened to consider the...
"Even when selective screening is applied, the number of patients who qualify as candidates for hemodialysis far exceeds the availability of treatment," Dr. Belding H. Scribner told participants at the Conference to Consider the Treatment of Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease with...
"Six hours of dialyzing can accomplish what a diseased kidney tailed to do for seven days, although the human kidney is a very efficient organ and will probably remove more poisons if it is functioning."
This is the opinion of Dr. John F. Maher of Georgetown University Hospital...
Two basic causal mechanisms—a defect in catecholamine metabolism and a concentration of sodium in vascular smooth muscle—have emerged from "the welter of research" in essential hypertension, in the opinion of Dr. Milton Mendlowitz of the Department of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in...
Oral diuretics probably are the most useful of the antihypertensive drugs available, two Hahnemann physicians said at the American College of Chest Physicians symposium on hypertension in Atlantic City June 17.
Drs. Albert N. Brest and John H. Moyer summarized the therapeutic...
Preventing congenital anomalies depends to a large degree on altering the laws and the attitudes of both the public and the medical profession. And what would appear to be the easiest change of all—the attitude of the medical profession—may instead be a severe headache for the...
Weight reduction is "not in the best interests of all obese persons," according to Charlotte M. Young, PhD, professor of clinical nutrition at Cornell University. Several factors—the patient's personality, environment, and motivation—should be considered before establishing a weight...
While teams of investigators have been seeking a connection between cigaret smoking and lung cancer, other scientists (allergists, pathologists, etc.) have studied and indicted the urban air as an etiological factor in lung carcinoma.
Two such researchers, Dr. Paul Kotin and Hans...
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