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ACCIDENTS, the fourth leading cause of death among persons of all ages in this country and the leading cause of death for Americans between the ages of 1 and 37 years, claimed the lives of an estimated 96 000 persons in the United States during the past year, the National Safety Council,...
WEEKENDS CONTINUE to be the most dangerous time for motor-vehicle occupants, pedestrians, and pedal cyclists.
A Department of Transportation agency in Washington, DC, says nearly half of the nation's traffic-related fatalities continue to be recorded during weekends, especially Saturdays. That...
EIGHTY-FIVE companies have 133 drugs in various stages of development for 96 rare diseases.
This is the first comprehensive listing of orphan drugs since the Orphan Drug Act became law in 1983. The list was compiled by the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association in response to a request by the...
ALTHOUGH the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) epidemic has been developing for years, the main focus has been on adults with the disease and secondarily on children. Until the last year or two, little attention has been paid to adolescents.
This may seem reasonable if one considers that...
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