A NOTE ON THE EFFECT OF THYROXAMINE ADMINISTRATION ON AN IMPLANTED TUMOUR OF THE MOUSE

@article{Moppett1938ANO,
  title={A NOTE ON THE EFFECT OF THYROXAMINE ADMINISTRATION ON AN IMPLANTED TUMOUR OF THE MOUSE},
  author={W. Moppett},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={1938},
  volume={1}
}
  • W. Moppett
  • Published 1938
  • Medicine
  • Medical Journal of Australia
number and especially in severity of attacks. Frequently in this group the attacks become so mild as not to necessitate the use of analgesics, or else simple drugs of the aspirin type give relief where nothing gave relief previously. In other words, even this group means the relief of the disability usually accompanying severe migraine. The third group implies anything less than mentioned in the second group. 

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SUBSTANCES CONTROLLING THE GROWTH OF IMPLANTED TUMOURS
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