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  • By anaemias is to be understood diseases in which the patient is anaemic.

    Physiology or Medicine 1934 - Presentation Speech

  • I noted also no mention whatsoever that some persons (eg kids, the pregnant, certain medical probs such as many of the anaemias) should seek professional (medical, dietitian etc) advice before embarking on one of the stricter regimens such as veganism, to ensure essential needs often provided via "flesh" are accounted for elsewhere, as can certainly be done.

    Ambivarianism

  • Rochester, however, he decided to use anaemias due to blood loss which were uniformly sustained and were long maintained, and to study the effects on these of various factors in diets added to the rations.

    George H. Whipple - Biography

  • Association for an exhibit demonstrating his methods of treating anaemias with liver extract (1934), the First Rank of

    William P. Murphy - Biography

  • Medicine (Rochester, New York), in recognition of their discoveries respecting liver therapy in anaemias.

    Physiology or Medicine 1934 - Presentation Speech

  • This may underlie the pathology of several diseases including inherited sideroblastic anaemias - in which cells are unable to incorporate iron into haemoglobin - or the neurodegenerative disorder Friedreich's ataxia, which the EMBL scientists are currently investigating.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Department of Health figures show 1,090 patients at North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust, which runs The Cumberland Infirmary and The West Cumberland Hospital, left with either a primary or secondary diagnosis of malnutrition, nutritional anaemias, and other nutritional deficiencies in 2008/09 compared with 1,012 the previous year.

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