458 p. Radiobiological Institute of the Organization for Health Research T.N.O., 151 Lange Kleiweg, Rijswijk (Z.H.), The Netherlands; Dr. R. R. Overman, University of Tennessee Medical Units, 62 S Dunlap, Memphis 3, 1962
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Thirty-three experts in various fields discussed: (a) bone marrow transplantation in monkeys, (b) the immunological activity of the fetus, (c) the management of monkey colonies, (d) human applications of bone marrow transplantation, and (e) chemical protection of irradiated primates. This appears to have been an exceptionally productive symposium for expert biologists. Well written, adequately printed, easily read.
Proceedings of the international symposium on bone marrow therapy and chemical protection in irradiated primates, Aug 15-18, 1962, Rijswijk (Z.H.) The Netherlands.. JAMA. 1963;184(7):605. doi:10.1001/jama.1963.03700200127050