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We are pleased to respond to the questions about Questran raised by Dr Goldstein by assuring him that (1) the cholestyramine resin used in the Lipid Research Clinics Coronary Primary Prevention Trial (LRC-CPPT) was not contaminated, (2) currently marketed Questran is free of...
Freud used the myth of Oedipus to illustrate the ongoing dynamics of the child's relatedness to the parents and the consequences to character and neurosis. The opposition, envious perhaps but certainly lacking in further creative contribution, concerned itself mincingly with the unlikelihood...
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I am pleased that Dr Iams1 wrote an editorial to accompany the article by Yawn and Yawn2 in a recent issue of The Journal. Dr Iams' editorial addresses the fact that some studies are successful in reducing the preterm birth rate and others are not. In my opinion, there is a...
Thirteen patients with phenotypic type V hyperlipidemia were treated with either gemfibrozil (Lopid) or a placebo in a randomized, double-blind, crossover study for two 8-week periods. A 4-week baseline period of a low-fat diet preceded the study and served as a dietary control period. A 4-week...
As pointed out in the original report of the Lipid Research Clinics Coronary Primary Prevention Trial results,1 the total incidence of fatal and nonfatal malignant neoplasms was similar in the cholestyramine resin and placebo groups. These incidence rates were somewhat lower than...
An error occurred in the Original Contribution entitled "Primary Prevention of Hypertension by Nutritional-Hygienic Means," published in the October 6 issue of The Journal (1989;262:1801-1807). On page 1803, the title of the table should have read as follows: "Table 1. —Baseline Characteristics."
Widespread illicit anabolic steroid use has recently been reported. A review of available evidence suggests that elevations of serum levels of steroid hormones, including anabolic steroids, have profound psychological effects. Long-term, high-dose anabolic steroid use may lead to a preoccupation...
PHYSICIANS in the United States who have so much in common with their British colleagues might be amazed to realize that an apparent majority of them, and virtually all of organized medicine in the United Kingdom, is united in seeking to preserve socialized medicine—the National Health Service...
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