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"The Ruby Trial" (Letters, JAMA 188:938 [June 8] 1964) was very interesting, but the discussion on expert medical witnesses should have pointed out that perhaps our profession is unduly self-conscious. Our testimony frequently concerns events, like...
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Dr. Lemere and I are in complete agreement except for his suggestion that nicotine has a tranquilizing effect. All experience shows it to be a stimulant to the sympathetic nervous system. The word "relaxation" is a tricky one. If a person feels less...
EXPERIENCE should caution the unwary from making any sweeping predictions about the future of medical care. However, there is no evidence to indicate that the future will not be as fascinating as the past since our present accomplishments have been but a short prologue to things yet to...
The purpose of this study was to confirm and extend previous results for the diagnosis of cancer of the stomach with the tetracycline fluorescence test. We have obtained positive test results in 53 of 55 patients with proven cancer of the stomach. In 75 patients with benign gastric...
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