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LIKE SPORTS FANS habitually disappointed when their team falters after a promising early season, researchers working on monoclonal antibody (Mab)— targeted cancer therapies are no strangers to initial enthusiasm followed by dashed hopes.
While Mabs found a ready place as diagnostic tools within...
ALTHOUGH HAITI may be a land of frightful want, some who are interested in the field of family medicine see the country as a land of promise.
Among the first to recognize its potential is the University of Miami (Fla) School of Medicine, which has established a family practice residency rotation...
To the Editor.
—The argument by Dr Whitcomb1 that the number of generalist physicians in the United States is adequate is flawed for four reasons.
First, it adheres slavishly to the physician-population ratio as an instrument of public policy. I pointed out in 1975 that there was no correlation...
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