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Jiangan Xie, Yongqun He
Vaccine is the one of the greatest inventions of modern medicine that has contributed most to the relief of human misery and the exciting increase in life expectancy. In 1796, an English country physician, Edward Jenner, discovered that inoculating mankind with cowpox can protect them from smallpox (Riedel S, Edward Jenner and the history of smallpox and vaccination. Proceedings (Baylor University. Medical Center) 18(1):21, 2005). Based on the vaccination worldwide, we finally succeeded in the eradication of smallpox in 1977 (Henderson, Vaccine 29:D7-D9, 2011)...
2017: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
Shanet Stefanos, Ashley Paul, Richa Thakur, Kyle Bass, Cara East
Gender parity has been achieved in entrance to medical school, but women still constitute only 32% of the physicians licensed to practice in the state of Texas. Similarly, female physicians lag behind in scholarly publications. This gender imbalance appears to be improving, although parity has yet to be achieved in many journals. We could reliably obtain the gender of both the physician staff of the North Division of Baylor Scott & White Health and of the authors in Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings...
October 2015: Proceedings of the Baylor University Medical Center
John C O'Brien
Editor's note: The Society of Baylor Surgeons held a meeting on August 10 to 11, 2007: "Advances in Surgery and Surgical Education: The Past 20 Years," in honor of Dr. Ronald C. Jones' 20th year as chairman of the Department of Surgery at Baylor University Medical Center. This society was founded in 1981 by Dr. Robert Sparkman, past chief of the department, as a way to reunite former Baylor surgery residents and provide continuing surgical education for residents and members of the medical staff.Under the direction of program director John Preskitt, MD, the 2007 CME-accredited meeting included presentations from four prominent guest speakers: Edward M...
January 2008: Proceedings of the Baylor University Medical Center
Alain J Marengo-Rowe
The thalassemias, sickle cell disease, and other hemoglobinopathies represent a major group of inherited disorders of hemoglobin synthesis. The abnormal hemoglobins were reviewed in the July 2006 issue of Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings. Because of immigration patterns and population flow, these disorders are becoming increasingly more prevalent in the USA. In this article, the clinical aspects of the more common thalassemia syndromes are reviewed. For most symptomatic patients with thalassemia, there is no definite cure; only supportive management of the anemia is possible...
January 2007: Proceedings of the Baylor University Medical Center
B A Peters
Since its inception in January 1988, the Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings, a quarterly medical journal, has been published by the few staff of the Scientific Publications Office (Baylor Research Institute, Dallas, Texas, USA) using microcomputers and page-makeup software in conjunction with a commercial printing company. This article outlines the establishment of the journal; the steps used in the publication process; the software and hardware used; and the changes in design, content, and circulation that have taken place as the journal and the technology used to create it have evolved...
July 1994: Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine
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