The First Birth Problem for an Age-dependent Branching Process

@inproceedings{Kingman1975TheFB,
  title={The First Birth Problem for an Age-dependent Branching Process},
  author={John Frank Charles Kingman},
  year={1975}
}
A method of treating a host for inducing relief of pain or anesthesia which comprises administering histamine, its salts, or an agent inducing histamine release, and a dispersing agent such as hyaluronidase, at the place of the painful area or at the place indicated for acupuncture for the painful site. 

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