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IN AN ERA when immigrant status evokes sentiments ranging from mild suspicion to outright hostility, two sociologists have good news for foreign-born women living in the United States.
Their data analyses challenge widely held assumptions that US women, usually with higher levels of education,...
DESPITE DISCOURAGING developments in the former Yugoslavia, physicians with ties to that troubled land continue to do what they can.
One of those is Dragan Primorac, MD, a native of Split on the Adriatic Sea coast of Croatia, which declared its independence from the former Yugoslavian federal...
WHEN Joseph J. Jacobs, MD, MBA, announced that he was resigning as director of the National Institute of Health's (NIH) Office of Alternative Medicine (OAM) this past summer, his decision was widely viewed as a setback in the effort to evaluate unconventional medical practices. But in another...
A MAJOR barrier to using vaccinia virus recombinants for immunization has been—theoretically—overcome. This achievement, although still in its experimental stages, could ultimately revolutionize vaccines, predicts Parker A. Small, MD, professor of immunology and professor of pediatrics at the...
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