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Illegal Trade in "Pep Pills," Barbiturates.—
New moves to halt illegal traffic in stimulant depressant drugs and counterfeit drugs were reported by the Food and Drug Administration.
Winton B. Rankin, acting FDA commissioner, announced proposed procedural...
Searching for an appropriate analogy, one speaker at the recent First International Conference on Lymph and the Lymphatic System, held in New Orleans, likened the system's channels and collaterals to the Mississippi River and its spillways.
In the perspective of medical...
Several keystone theories of the lymphatic system's role in the metastasis of malignancy have been challenged by two brothers working at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
A series of experiments tracing tumor cell transport and dissemination under various...
Red and blue-green filters covering incandescent and fluorescent lights can be used to color angiograms, thus making the x-rays easier to read, investigators from Boston's Lahey Clinic report.
The technique is a new application of the old principles that combining the three...
Recent studies in Latin America and African countries indicate that widespread protein-calorie malnutrition may be causing mental retardation in thousands of children in those areas, a pediatrician from Uganda has reported.
"If the present indications are proven, it may be that...
Cardiovascular surgery in isolated areas or where the patient is of a rare blood type is being performed with autologous blood transfusions by University of Puerto Rico surgeons.
During the past two years, a total of 51 patients have been phlebotomized over periods of days or...
The appointments of three new division chiefs at the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research, New York City, have been announced by Frank L. Horsfall, Jr., MD, president of the Institute.
Peter J. Gomatos, MD, has been designated chief of...
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