restricted access   Volume 22, Number 4, Summer 1979

Table of Contents

From: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine

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Announcements of New Books

pp. I-II
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Erratum

p. viii
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Anaerobic Glycolysis: The Smith and Wesson of the Heterotherms

pp. 465-479
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The Importance of Fieldwork in Biology

pp. 480-493
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Flashbacks

pp. 494-499
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The Conquest of Cancer

pp. 500-518
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In Defense of the Indefensible

pp. 519-522
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Claude Bernard and the Nature of Gastric Acid

pp. 523-530
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The Bandwagons of Medicine

pp. 531-538
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Why Are Babies Young?: Meiosis May Prevent Aging of the Germ Line

pp. 539-544
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The Scientific Usefulness of the Idea of Illness

pp. 545-558
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The Expendable Male Animal, with a Sociobiological Interpretation

pp. 559-564
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Roads to Oz. I. A Personal Account of Some U.S.-USSR Medical Exchanges and Contacts, 1942-1962

pp. 565-586
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So You Like Social Security?: You Will Love National Health Insurance!

pp. 587-596
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Mirror, Mirror . . .

pp. 597-599
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Trouble with Medical Computers

pp. 600-620
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Book Reviews

Cardiovascular System Dynamics Edited by J. Baan, A. Noordergraaf, and J. Raines (review)

pp. 621-622
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Advances in Psychosomatic Medicine Edited by S. Kasl and F. Reichsman (review)

pp. 622-624
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Decompression Sickness By Brian A. Hills (review)

pp. 624-625
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Membrane Fusion Edited by George Poste and Garth L. Nicolson (review)

pp. 625-626
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Cardiac Catheterization and Angiography By David Verel and Ronald G. Grainger (review)

p. 627
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Molecular Genetics: An Introductory Narrative By Gunther S. Stent and Richard Calendar (review)

pp. 627-628
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