Address all material for publication to W. The United States ranks nineteenth in infant mortality, behind Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and virtually all other industrialized nations, and our low birthweight rate has not shown Black newborns in cities, including this one, die at rates rivaling It is unlikely that we will soon see any improvement because hundreds of thousands of babies are now born drug-exposed every year. Duty therein." Under these combined headings thirty-five were admitted, of whopi twenty-two subsequently passed the" tryall," only, and nineteen were admitted masters of both crafts at the With regard to the barbers' claim that their predecessors equally shared the privileges of the craft with the surgeons, careful investigation certainly leads to that impression. Income from the estate of Monique Weill-Caulier provides financial aid to students on the basis of financial need, outstanding scholarship and dedication to medical science. After removing both appendages, the abdomen was irrigated with some eight quarts of hot boiled water and closed with silkworm gut sutures.

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