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HOPES for peace, but a possible ground war, occupy US military medical planners as February draws to a close.
However, this does not mean that fliers who have been waging the Desert Storm air war for 6 weeks are being overlooked. Monte B. Miller, MD, the three-star (lieutenant) general who is...
AN ULTRASOUND study of premature newborns provides further evidence that many cases of cerebral palsy result from brain damage that occurred at least 2 weeks before birth—rather than from a mismanaged delivery or other birth trauma.
These findings were reported by Hanae Belfar, MD, a radiologist...
WHEN publicly funded research results have immediate effect on patient care, should the funding agency announce the findings before they are published in a scientific journal? National Institutes of Health (NIH) officials in Bethesda, Md, are pondering this question and awaiting guidelines that...
INTRAVENOUS injection of a broad-spectrum immunoglobulin significantly reduces the number of bacterial infections in some children who are infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It also significantly increases the time patients are free of infection and reduces the number of...
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