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In recent years, health policy analysts and decision makers have increased their concern over the plight of uninsured patients, uncompensated care, and the changing complexion of the nation's health care system.1-4 This period, however, has seen far less attention focused on the fragile,...
To the Editor.—
It is universally recognized that bone marrow transplantation from an allogeneic donor is followed by severe and frequently prolonged acquired immune deficiency.1,2 Many clinical and immunologic features of the syndrome resemble those of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome...
THE KIND OF screening test that tops every oncologist's wish list—easy, cheap, reliable, and capable of detecting many types of cancer at an early stage—may not be as far in the future as many have thought.
Preliminary results of a test that, although still in its infancy, may have the potential...
This volume, written by one of America's great physicans, is a remarkable contribution to the history of American medicine. It is based on the transactions of a senior medical society, the Association of American Physicians, which celebrated its centennial this year. The kaleidoscopic events...
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