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PUBLIC HOSPITALS today face serious problems. Four types of troubles seem paramount: transfers of uninsured patients from other providers, growing unavailability of working and building capital, the perceived or actual obstacles created by public ownership, and the lingering image problems born...
To the Editor.—
Manson and colleagues1 omitted several facts from their table of studies relating adiposity and mortality. Findings from the Yugoslavia, Western Electric, Pooling Project, and Manitoba studies pertain only to the incidence of coronary heart disease, not to all-cause mortality....
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