Today's News

Friday, March 17, 2000

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Surgeon General says physicians should become sensitive to diversity of cultures

Historian Ambrose speaks of war, friendship on the front line

Foundation expanding its partnerships

Orthopaedists focus on women's health issues

Patient satisfaction after hallux valgus surgery

Orthopaedists tell international contributions

AOFAS educates people on importance of foot care

HCFA pushes forward on demonstration project

AAOS offers bone mineral density testing

Orthopaedists can help patients stop smoking

AAOS providing free web site templates

Mobile-bearing knee designs offer advantage in restoration of knee function

33 countries represented in international poster exhibit

Surgeons seek nonsurgical treatment of joint diseases

'Healing power' requires the human touch

H.R. 1304 aims to level negotiating playing field

Legal issues in health law addressed at session

Tell repair of chronic biceps tendon ruptures

TKA for younger patients not recommended: study

Study documents abnormal lateral patellar tilt

Communication essential to patient satisfaction

Cementless stems can provide excellent implant fixation

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