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—Dr Gibb's letter suggests that tribal sovereignty is part of the problem rather than part of the solution to alcohol abuse. Gibb's views, unfortunately, reflect a lack of knowledge concerning tribal sovereignty and American Indian governments. Thus, a brief discussion of inherent...
This book has expanded in size through three editions but has maintained its preeminence as a leading text of neurobiology. I use the word "neurobiology" deliberately as it is often referred to as a neurophysiology text. It is not—it is much more. It is a textbook that tries to integrate...
—The data from Dr Fox and Mr Phua are of interest because they reflect the effects of actual increases in Medicaid payments on obstetricians' participation in Medicaid. Although the increase in payments stemmed declining participation rates, they found, as we did, that the overall...
To the Editor.
—The North Carolina Pediatric Society has worked for years to improve access to health care for children. We encouraged pediatricians to participate in the survey reported in "Factors Associated With Pediatricians' Participation in Medicaid in North Carolina."1 Some of the study...
Sir Hans Krebs (1900-1981) was a distinguished biochemist who received the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 1953 for his discovery of the tricarboxylic acid cycle—the "Krebs cycle." The first of a multivolume biography by Frederick L. Holmes, the Avalon Professor of History of Medicine...
—To study the epidemiology of childhood pneumococcal invasive infections in Israel as a background for immunization programs.
—A 2-year (October 1988 through September 1990) prospective, nationwide surveillance of all invasive pediatric pneumococcal infections.
CLEARING a blocked coronary artery, ensuring that it doesn't clog up again, and engendering collateral blood vessels for extra circulatory protection may all become one simple procedure when gene therapy is applied to the human heart.
This is one near-future possibility sketched by Jeffrey M....
To the Editor.
—The Commentary by Dr Hsiao et al1 in the April 1, 1992, issue that the resource-based relative value scale (RBRVS) is a fair and equitable way of paying physicians cannot be allowed to go unchallenged. The authors' assumptions that values for time of service, intensity of...
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