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HUMAN GENE therapy is taking its first steps toward possibly becoming part of everyday medicine sometime in the future.
In the latest development, at the University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, a team of medical scientists is about to insert a modified human gene...
—To look at trends in mortality and homicide rates in a specific metropolitan area, comparing the urban and suburban mortality trends.
—Descriptive study of mortality rates. Linear regression determined whether...
To the Editor.
—As a board-certified pediatrician in a hospital-based practice, I am not, at least currently, affected by the proposed RBRVS or HCFA payment systems. Nonetheless, I found the article by Dr Maloney1 to be interesting and would like to share a few...
PROTECTION of employees from infection with agents transmitted by blood, including but not limited to the hepatitis B virus (HBV) and the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), is the goal of the new bloodborne pathogens standard promulgated by the Occupational Safety and Health...
To the Editor.
—Dr Maloney's analysis of RBRVS1 makes an important point apparently not appreciated by the author. He states that "three of the four highest reimbursement rates are in medical, not surgical, specialties: dermatology... gastroenterology... and...
A major stimulus to improve methods of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) has come from the realization that blood flow during conventional CPR is marginal, particularly the flow to the heart. To restart the heart, if initial defibrillation fails (or is not possible), coronary flow must...
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