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At least 42,500 persons were killed in traffic accidents in the United States during 1983.
That many deaths must be placed in some kind of perspective: This preliminary figure for 1983 approximates the entire number of American ground forces personnel—US Army and Marine Corps members— killed...
Investigators hope to complete clinical trials this month in Baltimore, Boston, and St Louis of a genetically engineered human protein for dissolving blood clots in coronary arteries and other vessels.
The substance is called tissue-type plasminogen activator, or t-PA (JAMA [MEDICAL NEWS] 1983;...
Next week marks the start of what the American Diabetes Association says is the largest education program in its history for health professionals.
Expected to cost about $4 million and supported by an educational grant from the Upjohn Company of Kalamazoo, Mich, the clinical education program is...
Southern Arizona dermatologists are being asked to enroll patients in a clinical trial involving two skin cancer "chemoprevention" studies.
Both are being conducted by University of Arizona College of Medicine investigators in Tucson in cooperation with physicians in private practice. One study...
To the Editor.—
In 1980 we reported the cost-effectiveness of routine laboratory tests in the examination of patients with chronic urticaria.1 We concluded that, with the possible exception of sinus roentgenograms, the laboratory studies evaluated were not likely to be helpful in determining a...
To the Editor.—
Although lithium salts have become valuable psychopharmacotherapeutic agents, their use is limited by numerous adverse effects.1 In a survey2 of 123 patients with lithium intoxication, mild hypertension was reported in only two patients. We wish to describe a patient with severe...
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