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—It is disappointing that Dr Chopra expresses no regrets for having misinformed JAMA concerning his conflicts of interest. Chopra prefers to level charges of "prejudice" and "fear mongering" rather than to explain why he claimed that he had no affiliation with the marketers of the...
Many professionals in health and medicine who are concerned with mounting problems in the provision of medical care will find much of interest in this volume. It presents the response of Henry J. Kaiser, the great corporate contractor, to the challenges he confronted on the western industrial...
To the Editor.
—With regard to the report on Maharishi Ayur-Veda in your October 2, 1991, issue,1 it seems to me that the indignation expressed was disingenuous. The original article on Maharishi Ayur-Veda published in the May 22/29, 1991, issue2 clearly referred to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and...
Abstract To the Editor. —With the October 2, 1991, publication of your attack against Maharishi Ayur-Veda,1JAMA's readers have been presented with two diametrically opposed views of our activities: In the May 22/29, 1991, article co-authored by me,2 Maharishi Ayur-Veda is portrayed as a serious...
In the expanded and updated fifth edition of Hematology, William S. Beck aims, as in previous editions, to provide a comprehensive introduction to the subject in outline form for medical students. The scholarly emphasis on physiology and pathophysiology remains.
The lectures that constitute the...
FOR THE FIRST time in this century, the Western Hemisphere has been struck by epidemic cholera.
See also pp 1320 and 1388.
Twenty-eight cases have been reported so far in the United States. And authorities have been searching in recent days for those aboard a flight to Los Angeles, Calif, from...
To the Editor.
—Caplan1 concisely attempts to assist the "average generalist" define the utility of newer imaging and ultrasound modalities in the diagnosis and treatment of stroke.1 While we appreciate the value of such technological advances in imaging of the brain, we fail to share Dr...
—To determine the optimal method to increase influenza immunization rates of medical house staff and students.
—Prospective randomized trial and cross-sectional survey.
—Four hundred forty-two internal medicine, obstetricsgynecology, and general surgery...
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