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THREE OR MORE weeks ago, when physicians who care for patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) were scanning the news media for the latest information from the Eighth International Conference on AIDS, held in Amsterdam, the...
WITH WORLD attention now focusing on reports of patients who develop an illness resembling acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) without evidence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, the World Health Organization is calling a meeting of experts in hopes of determining how often...
MISCONDUCT CASE processing is being overhauled at the federal level.
Louis W. Sullivan, MD, secretary, US Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC; and James O. Mason, MD, DrPH, assistant secretary for health and head of the Public Health Service, working with representatives of...
FRAUDULENT SCIENCE published, detected, admitted, and retracted in the journal in which the paper originally appeared. Matter closed? The answer is no.
Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass, now has announced that the central figure in the situation, third-year student Mitchell H. Rosner, may not...
IF PRESENT FINDINGS hold up, US physicians should by early next year have a safe and effective vaccine against varicella.
Trials with production lots of the vaccine are under way. A license application will be submitted to the Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, Md, probably in the next two...
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