Raymond H . Johnson

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A survey has been carries out of 104 patients with multiple sclerosis (m.s.) in West-Central-Scotland. All patients were living at home, and success of services to assist them in the community was examined. The partients were aged 16-65 years and had permanent disability, many being severely handicapped. Regular hospital follow-up was more common among the(More)
Most of the radiation litigation filed against the United States pursuant to the Federal Tort Claims Act has been defended by asserting federal sovereign immunity or by proving that the plaintiff's injury is unrelated to his radiation exposure. This paper reports that the second defense is best advanced by comprehensive pretrial investigation of the(More)
The facilities available to disabled people living in Scotland were studied by visiting and interviewing a group of 50 paraplegics living in Glasgow and the surrounding counties. The degree of unemployment in the group (74%) was far greater than has been reported in other surveys, and no quadriplegic was in remunerative employment. Though the general(More)
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