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May 20, 1933

Sex and Internal Secretions: A Survey of Recent Research.

JAMA. 1933;100(20):1634-1635. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740200068042

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Abstract

The Committee for Research in Problems of Sex, of the National Research Council, has guided a program of research on fundamental problems of sex for the last ten years. This book presents the results of a cooperative survey, organized by Dr. Edgar Allen. It represents the phases of research on internal secretions in relation to sex in which the committee has been most interested. The book is intended for those who are concerned in the progress of research in the problems of the biology and physiology of sex and the sex glands. The treatment of the subject is strictly scientific, but it is presented in a manner comprehensible to those with only a modest biologic background. The authors of the various sections are masters in their particular field of investigation. No finality is claimed for many of the subjects presented, as the aim of the book is to present only

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