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Testimony on Drug Patents.—
The Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association told Congress a proposal to give the federal government patent rights to drugs developed in whole or in part with government funds would destroy incentive in the industry and control the...
Partial occlusion of the inferior vena cava by means of a serrated Teflon clip appears to be an effective means of preventing pulmonary embolism.
Clinical trials in 42 patients have resulted in neither operative mortality due to use of the clip, nor postoperative pulmonary...
Five scientists have been named to the staff of the Institute for Biomedical Research—newest center for investigation of basic life processes.
The appointments were announced by Raymond M. McKeown, MD, president of the American Medical Association Education and Research...
A London investigator has grown leprosy bacillus in tissue culture for approximately 15 months.
Investigators believe this may be a significant advance in the in vitro study of the rod-like Mycobacterium first associated with leprosy in 1874 by G. H. A. Hansen. Since that time,...
Experience with a specific method of angiographic study of bladder carcinoma indicates that the method provides valuable information regarding the extent of neoplastic spread within the bladder wall and is therefore useful in planning treatment.
To determine whether interpretations of radioisotope renograms by qualitative visual inspection were reproducible, a total of 60 randomly assembled renograms, including those of 13 patients with proved unilateral renal hypertension, were subjected to reinterpretation by the initial...
Six cases of sudden death occurred in otherwise healthy patients following treatment with phenothiazine derivatives in the fairly large doses customarily given to psychiatric patients. In each instance, postmortem findings were inadequate to explain the death. Clinically, the attack...
The relationship between obesity and several social factors was investigated among 1,660 adults representative of a residential area in midtown Manhattan. An inverse relationship previously described between obesity and parental socioeconomic status was also found between obesity and...
Tuberculosis mortality in the United States has undergone a progressive decline during the past century. Decreases in mortality rates among whites and nonwhites have been of similar magnitude, but nonwhite death rates have remained two to three times higher than white death rates....
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