What remains to be discovered

Abstract

lead to greater user input in making decisions, with the resulting goal of zero risk regardless of the cost to the patient or the availability of blood components. There are a number of errors in this book, no doubt the result of the author’s lack of expertise in this field. Levine and Wiener are incorrectly credited with showing that the infusion of Rh… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/6462

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@article{Bloom1999WhatRT, title={What remains to be discovered}, author={Floyd E. Bloom}, journal={Nature Medicine}, year={1999}, volume={5}, pages={258-259} }