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Supreme Court Will Examine Birth Control Law.—
The Supreme Court agreed to examine Connecticut's antibirth control law, which forbids use of drugs and instruments to prevent conception.
The Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors had upheld for the second time...
The American Medical Association reiterated its stand against any form of compulsory hospitalization program for the aging under the social security system and adopted a positive program on the dissemination of information about human reproduction and birth control.
James Z. Appel, MD, Lancaster, Pa, was named president-elect of the American Medical Association during the AMA Clinical Convention.
Appel, who has served on the AMA Board of Trustees since 1957 and was its vice-chairman, will be installed as AMA president at the Annual...
A Florida physician reviewed angiographic demonstration of intracranial lesions which result from trauma, including subdural hematomas, extradural hematomas, intracerebral hematomas, and fistulae. The paper was presented at the annual AMA Clinical Convention.
Fredie P. Gargano,...
The surgeon, radiologist, and chemotherapist all may be called upon to treat breast cancer, which some investigators report is the most common sex-specific malignancy in the United States. Accordingly, a discussion of advanced forms of the disease attracted a substantial audience of...
Lack of cooperation on the part of J the private physician in reporting patients with venereal disease remains the principal barrier to the eradication of syphilis, a US Public Health Service official said.
William J. Brown, MD, chief, Venereal Disease Branch, Communicable...
All very serious injuries observed, and recorded during an eightyear period were not necessarily due to football, said Donald M. Clark, MD, physician ministering to the sports program at Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. He addressed the sixth National Conference on the Medical Aspects of...
Thrombo-endarterectomy, the generally preferred method of treating aorto-iliac disease, has only limited application in the femoral-popliteal area, John L. Ochsner, MD, New Orleans, told the AMA Clinical Convention.
"The general acceptance of thrombo-endarterectomy as the...
The manner by which viral diseases exert teratogenic effects on the developing human embryo and the practical management of several of the most common virus complications of pregnancy were summarized at the meeting of the Southern Medical Association.
Viral diseases discussed by...
A recent study showed that in more than 85% of patients with superficial dermatomycoses, tolnaftate 1% solution, cream, or powder, used separately or together, produced clearing of lesions or marked reduction in target symptoms within eight weeks. In all cases, itching disappeared within...
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