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The great urea controversy has subsided, and, with its subsidence, Dr. Nalbandian has published his data in this book. The same data have already appeared in the reports of the U.S. Army Medical Research Laboratory and most daily newspapers, weekly magazines, and monthly medical throw-away journals. The data are of interest only to those who treat sickle-cell crises; they present no surprises, and neither do the interpolated articles by other authors. Dr. Pauling, in the preface, wonders whether ascorbic acid might be good for sickle-cell anemia. In the first chapter, Dr. Murayama summarizes his own very significant work and throws
Molecular Aspects of Sickle Cell Hemoglobin. Clinical Applications.. Ann Intern Med. ;75:652. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-75-4-652_1
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1971;75(4):652.
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