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To the Editor:—
When you published a review on The Journal of Irreproducible Results a few months ago (JAMA 187:875 [March 14] 1964), I was so deluged with subscriptions and requests for information that my data-processing system (my wife) broke down. This was...
Although a recently published book advocated elimination of all pesticide application in the United States, it is apparent that a majority of agriculturists feel that these agents are necessary to our present economy and food production. Therefore, it becomes the responsibility of the...
Investigations of the molecular changes in genetic disease may make possible precise identification of heterozygotes, according to a report to the American College of Physicians.
Identification of heterozygotes is important to clinical geneticists as a forewarning of potentially...
To the Editor:—
Personal Physician, so ably described by Dr. Zanof in five-syllable words, should also be able to resist Lucifer, the Prince of Deceivers, who assures the gullible that life consists in the abundance of things one possesses, the abundance being in...
Little doubt remains that precordial electroshock1,2 has been the most significant and decisive addition to the armamentarium of antiarrhythmic therapy since the introduction of quinidine more than two centuries ago. Most authors agree that synchronized direct-current precordial...
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