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There is a 'new humanitarianism' for the new millennium. It is 'principled', 'human-rights based' and politically sensitive. Above all it is new. It marks a break from the past and a rejection of the traditional principles that guided humanitarianism through the last century. New humanitarians reject the political naivety of the past, assess the long-term… (More)
Half of all US medical schools offer courses in rehabilitation medicine; however, 46 states require physician referrals for physical therapy services. The purpose of this study was to identify areas of deficit in resident physicians' knowledge of selected physical therapy modalities and evaluative procedures and to determine if resident physicians perceived… (More)
Addition of infertile donors to the recipient program would increase availability of donor eggs and reduce long waiting times. Furthermore, it may allow some patients (i.e., the donors) to have IVF services even though they do not have adequate finances.