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Simultaneous radiotherapy and chemotherapy may be useful in the treatment of both limited small-cell lung cancer and advanced Hodgkin's disease, according to reports presented at the recent meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology in San Diego.
This adds to the evidence already...
In response to the letter of Dr George P. Susens, we furnish a table listing the additional numbers. They were not included in the original article because our intent was to study the effect of a treatment program , not the natural history of alcoholism.
These additional 201...
This book is extremely well written, and it will be rewarding reading for neurologists, neurosurgeons, and ancillary specialists who are involved in the care of patients with neurological and neurosurgical problems. Certainly the astute nurse in the intensive care unit will find that this book...
This article, published on April 28, 1900, was presented at a symposium in Philadelphia only eight days earlier, on April 20, 1900. One might observe that it thus seems to achieve a goal of rapid publication unknown in our "modern times." The article was one of a series of eight published by The...
To the Editor.—
The article by Teele et al (1983;249:1026) entitled "Middle Ear Disease and the Practice of Pediatrics" presents once again the difference in perspective between the institutional-based pediatrician and the pediatrician in practice. The author set out "to determine the burden on...
The Western world has witnessed waning infant mortality rates from infectious diseases these past few decades. At the same time has come the increasing recognition of the importance of congenital anomalies as a major cause of perinatal, neonatal, and infant deaths. Today, 2% to 3% of all births...
Doxorubicin hydrochloride and daunorubicin hydrochloride, two of the most potent drugs in the anticancer arsenal, share, in addition to bone marrow suppression, another serious—sometimes fatal—adverse effect: cardiotoxicity. Recently, however, research at several institutions has begun to yield...
In 1910, James McKeen Cattell, a professor of sociology at Columbia University and an editor of Science, published the second edition of his biographical directory, American Men of Science. Although the number of women contributing to science had jumped one third since the publication of the...
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