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By James J. Waring, M.D. Issued by the Office of Medical Information (Under Grant of the Johnson & Johnson Research Foundation). National Research Council, Division of Medical Sciences. Paper. Pp. 34, with 2 illustrations. Washington, D. C., 1944.
Antimalarial Drugs: General Outline.
By Owsei Temkin, M.D., and Elizabeth M. Ramsey, M.D. Issued by the Office of Medical Information (Under Grants of the Carnegie Corporation and the Johnson & Johnson Research Foundation). National Research Council, Division of Medical Sciences. Paper. Pp. 128, with illustrations. Washington, D. C., 1944.These three mimeographed pamphlets, all issued by the Office of Medical Information of the National Research Council, are brief informative monographs on timely subjects. Of the three under review, the one on "Antimalarial Drugs" is the most extensive, since it includes a bibliography of 237 titles. The publication of these brochures has been made possible by grants from the Johnson and Johnson Research Foundation, and in the case of the publication on "Antimalarial Drugs," with the help of the Carnegie Corporation as well. All three publications are useful and authoritative within the limits of the space employed.
The Blood Plasma Program. JAMA. 1944;126(11):734. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850460064031
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