Whitney Dunlap

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Between August 1984 and November 1985, data concerning 44,156 newly diagnosed cancer patients were entered in the Community Clinical Oncology Program Physician's Patient Log. Forty percent (17,773 patients) had a National Cancer Institute-approved protocol available for site and stage of disease. Fifty-six percent of patients with a protocol available were(More)
A 5-week-old infant presented with a fever, and was diagnosed with congenital human immunodeficiency virus and histoplasmosis. Both infections were likely transmitted vertically. The child was effectively treated with antifungal medications and highly active antiretroviral therapy. This represents the first case of delayed presentation of vertically(More)
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