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AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), by a vote of ten to one, has recommended that the FDA commissioner approve the anti-viral drug azidothymidine (AZT) for the treatment of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).
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THE LONG-TERM research evidence concerning radial keratotomy—the ocular surgical procedure for correcting myopia by the use of four, six, or eight radial incisions in the cornea—continues to come in, but that information is unlikely to quell the debate and controversy surrounding the procedure....
EARLY CLINICAL TRIALS indicate that future uses of the laser for treating coronary artery occlusions probably will include providing a better channel for the percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) balloon and smoothing the contours of the recanalized arterial lumen after the PTCA...
CALCIUM ANTAGONISTS are expanding in number, complexity and therapeutic scope. This class of compounds, the first of which were developed as coronary vasodilators, is now being investigated as therapy for disorders ranging from hyperlipidemia to intermittent claudication. And, in the 24 years...
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