Sam Scheffler

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Influenza is a disease, especially in the elderly, with potentially serious health and fiscal consequences. Vaccines, even though available and proven to be efficacious for prevention, appear to be underutilized in the Medicare population. This paper highlights influenza immunization rates from 1993-1995 for Louisiana Medicare eligible beneficiaries served(More)
The number of patients with meniscal injuries is increasing constantly, but the treatment algorithms are undergoing continuous change. The effects of meniscal surgery, as well as the indications for the procedure, are currently a matter of heated debate. Various German speaking associations addressing topics related to the knee have joined forces to develop(More)
We have, or at least we take ourselves to have, reason for patterns of action and emotion toward our parents, siblings, friends, spouses, children, and others with whom we have significant ties. 1 This partiality involves seeing to it that both these relatives and our relationships to them fare well, as well as respecting both in our decisions. It also(More)
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