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In this issue of The Journal, Schroeder and colleagues1 engage in a far-reaching review of American academic medicine. They shower the academic establishment with kudos for its performance in biomedical research, in the development and application of technology, and in progress against specific...
The topic of drunk driving has gained tremendous attention from the public and the medical profession in the last decade. Our society has undergone a dramatic shift in attitude from almost passive acceptance to one of increasing concern regarding the drunk driver. Drunk driving today is widely...
To the Editor. —
We read with great interest the letter by Herbert et al1 suggesting that lithium, as a consequence of its granulopoietic properties, may be used to treat neutropenia induced by zidovudine. This assertion raises a number of points with respect to patient treatment.
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A recent article by Kok et al1 reports finding lower selenium levels in toenails and erythrocytes of patients with acute myocardial infarction than in those of a matched control group. Other articles have presented similar results in subjects with cancer,2 although studies with...
CONGRESSIONAL INTEREST in scientific research integrity has taken a new and, in the view of some, more constructive turn. After a month in which one congressional committee called Secret Service investigators to testify about alterations in a scientist's notebooks, some semblance of sanity over...
Academic medicine is entrusted by society with the responsibility to undertake several important social missions toward improving the health of the public, including education, patient care, and research. This trust is given implicit authority by generous public funding and considerable...
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