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The House Ways and Means Committee was set to approve legislation placing restrictions on the so-called medicaid part of medicare which provides federal funds to help the states set up medical programs for the indigent and near-indigent regardless of age....
Nearly 101 years after the monk Gregor Mendel announced inheritable traits in peas, enough is known about the process in man "to prevent the large number of cases of genetic suffering."
And the young clinical skill of genetic counseling is bridging successfully the final barriers...
Had George Wells Beadle followed his original intention, to become a Nebraska farmer, he would now be unchallenged discussion leader in the hot stove league.
The Nobel laureate and University of Chicago president has chosen to explore questions other than the merits of Willie...
Two syndromes which carry a significant incidence of neoplasia appear caused by an inherited susceptibility to chromosome breakage.
Clinical and laboratory evidence for this new congenital disease mechanism was presented to the Third International Congress on Human Genetics by...
A group of South American investigators have found that certain changes in fetal heart rate are consistently associated with acidosis and hypoxia in utero and should be considered reliable signs of fetal distress.
Previously, it has been suggested that measuring pH in utero and...
Any of the arthropod-borne vivi- ruses not associated with human disease "could one day surprise us as the cause of important epidemics," Albert B. Sabin, MD, warned a Chicago symposium.
Dr. Sabin's paper, read in his absence to The Symposium on the Child at the University of...
Nine faculty members at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center have been elevated to the rank of professor.
They are: John P. Colmore, MD, Robert A. Schneider, MD, William W. Schottstaedt, MD, and William O. Smith, MD, in medicine; Donald T....
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