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Men in White


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Men in White

Men in white coats

Men in White (1933)

Black/white differences in leukocyte subpopulations in men.

Indian Bones and What White Men Saw in Them

Less Subclinical Atherosclerosis in Japanese Men in Japan than in White Men in the United States in the Post–World War II Birth Cohort

Romancing Returnee Men: Masculinity in “Love in a Fallen City” and “Red Rose, White Rose”*

RE: “DIFFERENCES IN SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND SURVIVAL AMONG WHITE AND BLACK MEN WITH PROSTATE CANCER”

Stat Bite: Black/White Survival Differences for Major Cancers in Men

Tissue Microarray Assessment of Prostate Cancer Tumor Proliferation in African- American and White Men

Clinical Characteristics and Biopsy Specimen Features in African-American and White Men Without Prostate Cancer

Estimation of the Annual Risk of Tuberculous Infection for White Men in the United States

Do Real Men Pray? Images of the Christian Man and Male Spirituality in White Protestant America

Differences in Socioeconomic Status and Survival among White and Black Men with Prostate Cancer

“to the Britons first … the Gospel is preached”: Scripturalization in the Nationalizations of White Men's Magic

“ … in the Bible, I saw things new … “: Scripturalization and White Men's Magic as Orientation

White coat effect, blood pressure and mortality in men: prospective cohort study

Differences in Prognostic Factors and Survival among White Men and Black Men with Prostate Cancer, California, 1995–2004

White Blood Cell Count and Incidence of Coronary Heart Disease and Ischemic Stroke and Mortality from Cardiovascular Disease in African-American and White Men and Women: Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study

 

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(1933),

a play by Sidney Kingsley. [Broadhurst Theatre, 351 perf.; Pulitzer Prize.] George Ferguson (Alexander Kirkland) is a young, idealistic intern whose rich fiancée, Laura Hudson (Margaret Barker), cannot understand ...

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