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Senate Acts on Medicare.—
The Senate took up the medicare bill in the face of a warning from five members of the Senate Finance Committee, including chairman Harry F. Byrd (D, Va) that the legislation would lead to a deterioration of the quality of medical care in...
Discovery of an insulin-like hypoglycemic factor in the thymus has been reported by three investigators at the New York Medical College, New York City.
Preliminary immunofluorescent studies indicate this insulin-like factor is localized in the reticular cells and the Hassall's...
British investigator John Vallance-Owen has suggested that the insulin antagonist associated with plasma albumen, called synalbumen, may serve as a genetic marker to study the inheritance of diabetes mellitus.
It has also been suggested that this antagonist, which appears to be...
A San Francisco ex-convict with an unusual personal quality is playing a key role in one area of medical-entomological research.
What sets him apart? He is, simply, particularly unattractive to mosquitoes.
As a result, he is the subject of repeated studies in the search...
Eighteen newborn infants who were moribund secondary to respiratory insufficiency were treated with prolonged mechanical breathing by an anesthetic endotracheal tube; 11 survived. On removal of the endotracheal tube laryngeal and tracheal obstruction did not develop. The longest period...
Nephropathy developed in a 33-year-old woman following the ingestion of deteriorated tetracyclines, manifested by severe acidosis, massive proteinuria, renal glucosuria, aminoaciduria, hypokalemia, hypouricemia, decreased phosphorus reabsorption, Bence-Jones proteinuria, transient...
A survey of 230 cities in 50 states was taken to determine the present pattern of administration of school health services in the United States. The results indicate that school health services are administered predominantly by boards of education. Superintendents of schools prefer this...
In the recent past, one of us1 has marshaled circumstantial evidence to support his conviction that about 20% of patients with "essential" hypertension harbor a small, aldosterone-secreting adrenal cortical tumor as its cause. Careful retrospective study, during the past 11 years, of our...
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