Annals of Life Insurance Medicine: 1967 Volume III by A. Marx (auth.)

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But first a disclaimer. There are peculiarities of the insured population, limitations in the raw data, and seemingly bizarre analytical procedures employed in insurance medico-actuarial investigations which require some description. * Copyright article, reprinted by permission of The New York Academy of Sciences, in whose Annals it first appeared. S. Public Health Service (HE-06314). *** Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, and The Mutual Service Life Insurance Companies, St.

D. [1]. : Clinical aspects of bilharzia;;s. In Bilharziasis. Ciba Foundation Symposium. London: J. and A. , 1962, pp. 173-197. [ 15] WALKER, A. R. : Extremes of coronary heart disease mortality in ethnic groups in Johannesburg. S. Afr. med. J. 66, 293 (1963). [16] Diabetes today - A world survey. Statistical Bulletin. Metropolitan Lite Insurance Company 45,7 (1964). [17] McKECHNIE, J. , and F. J. DAVIDSON: Coronary artery disease in Natal Indians. S. Afr. med. J. 67, 208 (1964). [18] CAMPBELL, G.

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