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The House Ways and Means Committee decided to take no action on the administration's controversial King-Anderson bill. The panel voted a 5% increase in Social Security cash pension benefits.
The Committee had been considering...
The application of computers to clinical problems in medicine is being hampered by the difficulty of expressing clinical data in a form which is accessible to computer manipulation, the Annual AMA Convention was told.
"The all-essential first step is the achievement of common...
A 50% decrease in postoperative infections in stomach and colon patients has been directly attributed to a modern surgical environment.
John Sonneland, MD, Spokane, Wash, reported to AMA Convention delegates on a study contrasting the infection rate for a two-year period in the...
The Zollinger-Ellison syndrome, a disease which has continued to fascinate clinician and investigator alike, provided much of the subject matter when a panel gathered at the American Medical Association's 113th Annual Convention in San Francisco in June to discuss endocrine aspects of...
Patients adrenalectomized for Cushing's syndrome may be suffering from intoxication with endogenous growth hormone when they manifest a characteristic and unique postoperative syndrome of nausea, weakness, oliguria, lowered blood urea nitrogen values, hyperphosphatemia, hypercalciuria,...
Fifteen consultants have been named to the Board of Directors of the American Medical Association —Educational and Research Foundation and Committee of Scientific Advisers of the Institute for Biomedical Research.
They include Keith R. Porter, PhD, professor of biology at Harvard...
Marked differences may be apparent in the urinary growth hormone levels of patients with short stature of different etiologies, two investigators from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, have discovered.
Jack Geller, MD, and Arthur Loh, MA, reporting at the 46th...
Sex hormones appear to act on the developing brain to distinguish male and female "types," Geoffrey W. Harris, MD, said in delivering the second annual Upjohn lecture at the Endocrine Society's 46th meeting in San Francisco in June.
In addition, Harris said, investigation may...
Thetration is depending upon physicians to fulfill their part of a mutual responsibility—the careful and judicious administration of medication.
This was the message brought to physicians by the FDA's new medical director when he addressed a session of the American Medical...
George E. Ehrlich, MD (pictured below), has been named to head a program in rheumatology conducted jointly by the Albert Einstein Medical Center and the Moss Rehabilitation Hospital, both of Philadelphia. As part of an affiliation signed recently by...
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