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"TAKE MY HEART!" Although millions of men in the United States may have uttered this phrase, only one has meant it literally. He is Clinton House, a 28-year-old patient with cystic fibrosis, who, in receiving a heart/lung graft from an accident victim, became cardiac donor to 38-year-old John...
A LONG-standing controversy over allowing patients access to drugs before Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval has surfaced again with revival of a 1983 proposal to make it easier for some patients to obtain certain experimental drugs. The proposed change has appeared in the Federal...
MOST PHYSICIANS agree that athletes who take anabolic steroids may be at risk for later health problems. Now, a proposed case-control study involving former college football players and power lifters who competed between 1970 and 1979 may provide new information. A pilot study involving some 200...
NEITHER Charles Yesalis, PhD, nor MAJ James Wright, PhD, sees any drop-off in anabolic steroid use in athletes, and both expect it to increase in the immediate future, a different viewpoint than the one expressed by some other researchers (JAMA 1987;257:421-423,427).
Yesalis is an epidemiologist...
A DIFFERENT approach to controlling the use of anabolic steroids has been proposed by William N. Taylor, MD, student health physician at Washington State University, Pullman. He wants to see steroids become controlled substances.
Support for his suggestion appears to be growing. Taylor is a...
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