Matthew J. Becker

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In-text tables within clinical study reports are a vital component for sponsors, but a headache for medical writers. In the past, perhaps presently, medical writers continue to transcribe numbers from tables, listings, and graphs produced with SAS. Novel approaches have been developed and presented to streamline this process. At PharmaNet, rich text format(More)
Four archaeologically derived populations of human infants provide evidence for age at closure of the mandibular suture. These data suggest fusion by 7-8 months of age, with a range from 6 to 9 months. This provides a useful tool for age identification of the remains of young children recovered from archaeological and other contexts.
The recent announcement of the discovery of a first or second century AD Roman example of a dental implant appears to fall into a category of spurious claims regarding ancient dentistry. Several earlier claims of the discovery of impressive examples of ancient dentistry are reviewed, followed by a discussion of the recent discovery from France. This survey(More)
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