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The renaissance era of the lymphocyte is upon us. Two critical experimental observations ushered in the new age. One was Gowan's finding that the predominant population of peripheral lymphocytes leaves the blood, only to return via the lymphatics. The other was Nowell's finding that a...
Absorption Rates Vary
Brand, Generic Drugs Differ In Man
Comparison of brand and generic forms of three drugs, tested in healthy volunteers, shows several significant differences in amount and rate of absorption, investigators at...
In the interesting chapter on legal problems, the reader notes that, in England, "indecent assault" may bring a maximum penalty of two years if the victim is a girl, but ten years if a boy. Sexual intercourse with a girl under 12 may incur a penalty of life imprisonment; with a female...
A study was performed at the Hartford Hospital to determine the value of routine screening electrocardiography in an outpatient population. Screening electrocardiograms were abnormal in 1,197 of 2,924 cases (40.9%). Dependence upon physician request or upon a positive response to a...
To the Editor:—
The report by Ommaya et al (204:285, 1968) should be the first experimental evidence that whiplash can produce central nervous system damage. It sheds light, also, on questions surrounding an aircraft accident on whose investigating board I served in...
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