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A review of 5 years' experience in the application of radioisotopes for therapeutic and diagnostic purposes at the Soviet Union's Central Institute for Advanced Training of Physicians has been translated into English. The 2-section compilation of 20 papers is available through the Office of Technical Services, Business and Defense Services Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington 25, D.C., under the title "The Use of Radioisotopes in Clinical and Experimental Investigations, 1958"; Order 60-51178; price $2.25.
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Dr. W. Clark Cooper was named Deputy Chief of the Division of Occupational Health. In addition to his new assignment he will continue to serve as Chief of Program Planning and Analysis, with responsibility for evaluating the division's program in relation to major worker-health problems, industrial trends, and manpower resources and facilities.—Dr. Jacob J. Longacre, Director of the Cleft Palate Clinic at Chil
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