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  Volume 24, Number 4, Summer 1981

Table of Contents

From: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine

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Biomedical Research: Changes and Opportunities

pp. 511-524

Physiological Adaptation at the Molecular Level: The Frontier Where Research on Differentiation and Malignancy Meet

pp. 525-542

On Becoming Self-Conscious: A Meditation

pp. 543-546

Fuller Albright and Postmenopausal Osteoporosis: A Personal Appreciation

pp. 547-560

A Physiological Hypothesis of Perception

pp. 561-592

It Has Been Said

pp. 593-594

Whistling Maids and Crowing Hens-Hermaphroditism in Folklore and Biology

pp. 595-606

Travels of Alexandre Yersin: Letters of a Pastorian in Indochina, 1890-1894

pp. 607-618

A "Pure" Organic Chemist's Downward Path: Chapter 3—"Retirement"

pp. 619-636

The Immune System in Slow Disease due to Persistent Submicrobial (Viral) Infection

pp. 637-657

The Trans-Science Aspects of Disease and Death

pp. 658-666

A Letter from John McCrae to Maude Abbott: January 9, 1918

pp. 667-669

Book Reviews

Experimental Leukemia and Mammary Cancer: Induction, Prevention, Cure By Charles Brenton Huggins (review)

p. 670

Margaret Mead: Some Personal Views Edited by Rhoda Metraux (review)

pp. 670-672

Contrary to Nature By Michael B. Shimkin (review)

pp. 672-673

Letter to the Editor

pp. 674-675


p. 675

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