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"But in science the credit goes to the man who convinces the world, not to the man to whom the idea first occurs" (EDITORIALS194:1006, 1965; and W. S. Atkinson, LETTERS195:970, 1966) may be found in Sir Francis Darwin's first Galton lecture, published...
The original work of Girdlestone has been modified to some extent in this third edition to present the new techniques for the treatment of tuberculosis since the advent of antibiotics. Surgical excision of the disease by synovectomy or removal of sequestrum and necrotic tissue under...
Since bread is such a dietary staple, scientists must have strong proof before implicating it in disease. Recently, in Great Britain, an amazing bit of medical detective work demonstrated contaminated bread to be the source of a peculiar outbreak of liver disease.1
We tend to regard confrontations with the Russians, even in the realm of science, as a gamble. Some of this atmosphere of doubt and misgiving was lightened for those attending the April meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association in Las Vegas, Nev. There, in the spirit of recent...
Cancer of the breast develops in nearly 6% of all white women. Age-adjusted mortality rates for this neoplasm have changed very little during the past four decades in spite of improved lay education and improved methods of surgical, radiological, and medical therapy. The decreased risk...
Irvine H. Page, MD, of the Cleveland Clinic, was honored by the American Therapeutic Society meeting recently in Chicago. The Society's 12th annual Oscar B. Hunter Memorial Award in Therapeutics was presented to Dr. Page, who is senior consultant in...
It is alleged that magic mists which shroud the mountaintops pervade the air with health-restoring powers. "During the entire journey," wrote Trudeau1 in his autobiography reminiscing about his historic move to the Adirondacks, "I had felt gloomy forebodings as to the hopelessness of my...
In Texas, particles resembling murine leukemia virus have been seen in both leukemic children and their family dogs.
And in California, the largest animal tumor registry in the US has begun its third year of plotting the natural incidence of malignancy among household pets....
Candicidin is an antibiotic that is effective topically in the treatment of candidal vaginitis. Although it has an antifungal spectrum similar to that of amphotericin B (Fungizone), it is not absorbed systemically. Adverse reactions occur infrequently and are mild.
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