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—To reexamine the conclusions of the 1991 National Institutes of Health Consensus Panel on Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression in Late Life in light of current scientific evidence.
This anthology was commissioned by the National Advisory Board of Ethics in Reproduction (NABER), a panel in the private sector with members from the fields of ethics, theology, law, medicine, genetics, and public policy. It investigates the ethical, legal, and policy difficulties that...
AS REGULARLY as turning leaves and returning students, autumn brings an announcement of the winners of 2 prestigious medical prizes. Both the Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards, presented in the United States, and the Gairdner Foundation International Awards, presented in Canada, are...
—We agree with Drs Burke and Steele that opportunities abound for teaching medical students and resident physicians how to provide excellent care for the dying. However, these opportunities are ignored routinely in medical education, and pernicious...
Reading about Osler is easier than reading Osier; his style is dated and his literary allusions are obscure. In "Books and Men," for example, he wrote:
Those of us who have brought forth fat volumes should offer hecatombs at these shrines of Minerva Medica. What exsuccous,...
To the Editor.
—The American Medical Association Code of Medical Ethics, like any ethical code, spells out obligations that human beings owe to other human beings, in this case, physicians to patients. When groups of people are dehumanized and thought of as objects...
FOR MANY patients, the heavy menstrual periods, frequent nosebleeds, and ease in bruising seem normal.
They likely have a sister or mother who also has heavy periods. Or a father or brother with nosebleeds or bleeding gums. "Because others in the family have it, they just think...
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