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Primary prevention of acute respiratory infection among United States Air Force recruits through the use of antimicrobial handwipes: a randomized clinical trial
This double-blinded randomized clinical trial was performed to determine the efficacy of antimicrobial handwipes in reducing acute upper respiratory infections among United States Air Force Basic Military Trainees and in changing the prevalence of Group A Beta-hemolytic Streptococcus pyogenes (GABS) positive throat cultures.The ...
Risk of recurrence and death following breast cancer: influence of pregnancy and hormone replacement therapy
Women diagnosed with breast cancer while still in their reproductive years face special concerns regarding future childbearing following initial cancer treatment. Previous epidemiologic studies have not identified an adverse effect of pregnancy after breast cancer on survival, but have been unable to rule out bias as an ...