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READERS WILL see a new heading in this week's Medical News & Perspectives section—From the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment. This is the first report of its kind in JAMA from this small but influential office, some functions of which are explained in the editorial on page 550.
UPHOLDING a Missouri law that places significant restrictions on the circumstances under which abortions may be performed, the US Supreme Court has taken a major step toward making it easier for individual states to impose restrictions on a woman's right to abortion. At the same time, the court...
RECENT ACTIONS by federal health officials deliver on promises made in Montreal at the Fifth International Conference on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) to speed up development, clinical trials, and availability of drugs to combat human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease.
MANY cholesterol-lowering recommendations suggest reducing dietary saturated fats and replacing them with unsaturated fats. But there is mounting concern that wholesale replacement of saturated with unsaturated fats may be too much of a good thing. So, is it time to revise current dietary...
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