April 1960
Time;4/4/1960, Vol. 75 Issue 14, p72
The article reports on medical related issues including the dangers of smoking, cancer of the stomach, and tolbutamide. Researchers from Wayne State University explained the dangers in smoking for heart-attack victims. The case of cancer of the stomach has declined and surgeons cannot find enough cases for comparative research. Tolbutamide, which is usually prescribed only for diabetes, also shows promise in reducing tremor and rigidity in victims of Parkinson's disease.


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