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Policy Paper on Health.—
President Johnson issued a policy statement on health legislation and goals shortly before the national elections. The paper gave advance notice of the more detailed legislative recommendations the President will make to Congress early in...
Field trials with a new, further attenuated live measles vaccine (Schwarz strain) which requires only one inoculation, show that no cases of measles occurred in more than 6,000 children tested. Two and one half years after inoculations, patients still retained "significantly high...
Early institution of an adequate program of maintenance and restoration of the patient following a stroke is necessary to avoid regressive changes caused by prolonged bed rest, according to reports to the National Stroke Congress.
"Unfortunately, as the condition of the patient...
As prophylaxis against recurrent attacks of rheumatic fever, monthly injections of benzathine penicillin were found to be more effective than faithfully maintained daily orally administered agents, Alvan R. Feinstein, MD, New Haven, Conn., reported at the American Heart Association...
The American Medical Association appointed an eight-member Commission on Research to investigate the entire area of the use of federal funds for medical research.
Chairman of the commission which will hold its first meeting next month, is Charles E. Whittaker, Kansas City, Mo, an...
A group of Boston physicians has reported its attempt to determine the cause of angina pectoris in patients considered for correction of valvular lesions, by correlating the presence or absence of coronary artery disease and lactic acid production by the heart.
Results of four separate studies on the role of Bacille Calmette Guerin (BCG) vaccination in the control and elimination of tuberculosis show a reduction of that disease from 75% to 100% in various Chicago areas.
An exhibit at the American Academy of Pediatrics in New York by Sol...
A follow-up study of 146 patients with tuberculosis, who were resistant to isoniazid and were treated with combinations of drugs to which their organisms were susceptible, indicates that 81 of the 96 surviving patients have remained consistently culture negative, it was reported at the...
More than 1,700 physicians and others interested in the field of mental health attended the second National Congress on Mental Illness and Health Nov 5 through 7 in Chicago.
At the meeting sponsored by the American Medical Association, participants spent much of their time in...
Elson B. Helwig, MD (pictured), chief of the Department of Pathology of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology has been awarded the Department of the Army's highest civilian award for his work at the institute. The civilian scientist received the Army...
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