Suzanne J. Farley

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In this issue, the second of a pair of pro/con Viewpoints addressing the clinical utility of circum­cising m­ale infants is published. Robert Van Howe, a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, rebuts the points raised by Paul Austin in the January issue of the journal. Van Howe asserts that “as a public health m­easure, newborn circum­cision in the US has failed(More)
606 | AUGUST 2003 | VOLUME 2 therapies, and a relatively unexploited one, due in part to the daunting number of combinations that can be generated.Writing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Borisy and colleagues now describe a systematic highthroughput approach to mining this resource. Dubbed ‘combination(More)
men who have had a negative workup for screening-detected microhematuria are no more likely to develop bladder cancer than those who did not have blood in their urine. this is the key finding of an analysis of 14 years of data collected following a population-based trial. Between 1987 and 1992, 1,575 men aged 50 years or more who were at moderate or high(More)
the research efforts of two separate groups have generated novel findings that should markedly improve management of pediatric postoperative pain. Control of pain in children who have undergone minor urologic operations is often reactive, involving oral administration of analgesics in response to patientreported distress. support for a more preemptive(More)