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Adrian Kantrowitz Papers 1944-2004
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Series 8: Publicity, 1949-1989 [series]:

Publicity series materials include newspaper clippings, magazine articles, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs which report on Kantrowitz's activities and notable events in the thoracic field and general medicine. All acidic newspaper clippings were photocopied onto acid free paper; the originals were discarded and the photocopies were retained. There are two sub-series: the Research and Professional Activities sub-series and the General Medical Subject Files sub-series. The primary focus of the Research and Professional Activities sub-series is Kantrowitz's research, promotions, conference attendance, and speaking engagements, but it also documents accomplishments of contemporary surgeons such as Michael E. DeBakey and Christiaan Barnard. The General Medical Subject Files sub-series covers a broad range of trends and achievements both in Kantrowitz's area of expertise and other medical fields. Items within each sub-series are arranged chronologically by date.

 
Research and Professional Activities, 1950-1988 [subseries]:
20 38
Clippings, 1950-1957
20 39
Clippings, 1958
20 40
Clippings, 1959-1960
20 41
Clippings, 1961-1965 Aug
20 42
Clippings, 1965 Sep-1966 May 21
21 1
Clippings, 1966 May 23-Aug
21 2
Clippings, 1966 Sep-1967 Oct
21 3
Clippings, 1967 Nov-1968 Jan
21 4
Clippings, 1968 Feb-Oct
21 5
Clippings, 1968 Nov-1969
21 6
Clippings, 1970-1988, n.d.
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Oversize clippings, 1952, 1958-1972, 1981, n.d.
21 7
Photographs, 1951, 1958-1971, 1985
 
General Medical Subject Files, 1949-1989 [subseries]:
21 8
"Medicine" - Time, 1949 Sep 26
21 9
"The story of the heart - America's no. 1 killer" - JAMA, 1950 Apr 8
21 10
[Heart-lung device], 1950 Sep-Dec
21 11
"Artificial heart valve restores doomed patient to good health" - New York Times, 1952 Oct 10
21 12
"Conquering surgery's 'no-man's land'" - Human Interest, 1953 Apr
21 13
[Dr. Charles Bailey] - Time, vol. 69, no. 12, 1957 Mar 25
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"Cardiovascular and other special surgery with be featured on week's film program; Note changes" - Clinical Congress News; "Scientific exhibits stress cardiac, thoracic surgery" - Clinical Congress News, 1957 Oct 14-16
21 14
"Medic's swim noseclip gets eye of Israel" - New York Daily News, 1958 Aug 31
21 15
[Lord Cohan reception], 1958 Sep 22
21 16
"Patient watches own heart in live 'TV' drama" - Brooklyn-New York World-Telegram and The Sun, 1958 Oct 1
21 17
"Improved heart-lung device used" - Los Angeles Times, 1959 Jan 12
21 18
"Advances in open heart surgery described" - Scope Weekly, 1959 Jan 14
21 19
AMA News, 1959 Feb 9
21 20
"U.S. doctor tests Soviet 'staplers'" - New York Times, 1960 Jan 10
21 21
"Computer may aid in war on heart ills" - New York Herald Tribune, 1960 Sep 30
21 22
"100 kept alive by batteries"; "A dystrophy 'pioneer'"; "The saga of a stapler", 1960 Oct
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"Making a heartbeat behave" - Saturday Evening Post, 1961 Mar 4
21 23
"Hi-fi technique detects heart illness in children" - New York Times, 1961 Jun 7
21 24
"Hearing aid is placed in a tooth" - New York Times, 1961 Aug 12
21 25
"Wide variety of ideas covered by patents issued during week" - New York Herald Tribune, 1962 Jun 25
21 26
"Stress and cholesterol" - Time, 1962 Sep 7
21 27
"Persons deaf since birth hear pure sounds in a doctor's tests", 1962 Nov 27
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"Where we stand: The heart" - Look, 1963 Jan 15
21 28
[Surgeon Francis D. Moore] - Time, vol. 81, no. 18, 1963 May 3
21 29
"Funds for disabled" - New York Times, 1963 May 19
21 30
[Heart pump articles], 1963 Oct 27-28
21 31
"On kidney transplants - a note of 'cautious optimism'" - New York Herald Tribune; "A heart pump revives Russian clinically dead for 43 minutes" - New York Times, 1963 Nov
21 32
"Scientists torture millions of dogs and cats a year", 1963
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Roche Medical Image, 1964 Apr
21 33
"Suit filed to prevent merger of hospitals" - News, 1964 May 5
21 34
Statistical Bulletin, 1964 Sep
21 35
"Effect on drugs on fetus assayed" - New York Times, 1964 Oct 25
21 36
"Plastic, new materials help to bring gains in replacing human parts" - Wall Street Journal; "1st liver graft given to baby" - Daily News, 1964 Nov
21 37
"MD reporting on supersonic use in cancer" - New York Post; "Paralysis fought with electricity" - New York Times, 1964 Dec
21 38
"10,000 laywomen at meeting on heart disease in Oregon" - Medical Tribune and Medical News; "Hybrid computer to aid open-heart surgery" - Medical Electronics News; "Vaccine called pneumonia curb", 1965 Jan, n.d.
21 39
"Some hospitals in state unsafe" - New York Times; "Dyestuffs found to cause cancer" - New York Times; "A baldness cure may be in sight" - New York Times; "U.S. charges doctor 'invented' study to support diet tablets" - New York Times, 1965 Feb
21 40
"Dr. Dever S. Byard, child-disease expert" - New York Herald Tribune, 1965 Mar 14
21 41
"The matter of the heart" - Medical World News, 1965 Apr 23
21 42
"Cancer-causing toxin is found to alter human-cell heredity" - New York Times, 1965 Apr 29
21 43
"2-chamber heart keeps dog alive" - New York Times; "New drug method eases leukemia" - New York Times; "Animals thought to be free of all germs spontaneously develop virus- caused cancer" - New York Times; "Portable kidney goal of research" - New York Times; "Maimonides adds 186-bed pavilion to Brooklyn plant", 1965 Apr
21 44
"Mosquito may transmit a hamster cancer virus" - New York Times, 1965 May 28
21 45
[Surgeon Michael DeBakey] - Time, vol. 85, no. 22, 1965 May 28
21 46
[Liver and kidney transplants], 1965 Jun
21 47
Medical World News, 1965 Jul 23
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"Control of life" - Life, 1965 Sep 10
21 48
"Artificial heart goal of project" - New York Times, 1965 Sep 16
21 49
"The marriage of medicine and electronics is preserving life and spawning a $350 million industry" - New York Times, 1965 Oct 24
21 50
"Spare heart almost ready to go into use" - New York Post, 1966 Jan 27
21 51
"What psychiatry is doing about E.S.P." - Science Digest, 1966 Feb
21 52
"Pump in heart gives patient thump of life" - Daily News, 1966 Apr 22
21 53
"Three nations' doctors meet to form own common market" - Medical Tribune; "New director, focus at NIH" - Medical Tribune; "Science and publicity" - New York Times, 1966 Apr 27-29?
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"Arterial aid in cardiac crisis" - Roche Medical Image, 1966 Apr
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"Patient's gift to heart repair" - Life, 1966 May 6
21 54
"Medical publicity" - Medical Tribune and Medical News, 1966 May 9
21 55
"Artificial heart called feasible" - New York Times; "U.S. acts to protect all persons used for medical tests" - New York Times; "Flu vaccine, antibiotics help fight emphysema" - Daily News; "Still a nurse problem" - New York Times, 1966 May 20-21, n.d.
21 56
Medical World News, 1966 May 27
21 57
"Doctors question when man is dead" - New York Times; "Legless Vietnamese walk again" - New York Times, 1966 May 29-30
21 58
"Child dies 2 months after a transplant" - New York Times, 1967 Dec 9
21 59
"Cigarette story: caution to the wind" - New York Times; "Drugs: now the wonder wears thin", 1968 Jan 8, n.d.
21 60
"Heart transplant patient gains" - New York Times; "Hospitals report a threat to care as cases increase" - New York Times; "Blaiberg allowed to see his wife; voice is 'strong'"; "Donor's husband made offer before she died" - New York Times; "'All-business' surgeon Norman Edward Shumway" - New York Times; "Barnard is hopeful on 4th transplant" - New York Times, 1968 Jan 8
21 61
"Innovation: the force behind man's march into the future" - New York Times, 1968 Jan 8
21 62
"Four stories about the narcotics business" - New York Post; "Stony Brook"; FACS newsletter, 1968 Feb
21 63
"To help prevent the heart attack" - New York Times, 1968 Mar 10
21 64
"Muscles revived by magnet device" - New York Times, 1968 Jun 11
21 65
"Attracting organs back to work" - Medical World News, 1968 Jul 5
21 66
"Organ transplants, publicity, and ethics" - Modern Medicine; "Heart transplant doc had plenty of practice" - Chicago Tribune, 1968
21 67
"It would be a black day for animals", 1968
21 68
"Surgeon's scalpel saves life of Vietnamese worker" - Army Reporter, 1969 Feb 3
21 69
"Heart feud gets hotter" - New York Post; "Dr. Cooley defends his use of artificial heart to save patient" - New York Times, 1969 Apr 10-11
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"Nun hat Barnard ausgesorgt" [in German] - Stern, 1970 Feb 22
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"Defusing a coronary - with gas" - Life, 1970 Apr 17
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"Lifeline for a dying heart" - Life, 1971 Feb 5
21 70
"Dr. Christiaan Barnard: Hearts have no names" - Detroit Free Press Parade, 1975 Nov 16
21 71
"Doctor resigns post after threat on his life" - The States-Item, 1976 Feb 24
21 72
["Two surgeons cross pumps over external ventricle lookalikes" - Hospital Tribune - vol. 10, no. 19], 1976 Nov 22
21 73
Popular Mechanics, 1981 Jun
21 74
"Officials deliberate cost factors in implantation of Jarvik heart" - Salt Lake Tribune, 1982 Nov 20
21 75
"Transplant patient survives 14th year" - Detroit Free Press, 1982 Nov 27
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"Spare-parts medicine" - New York Times Magazine, 1982 Nov 28
21 76
["Beyond artificial heart, what comes next" - U.S. News and World Report], 1982 Dec 20
21 77
[Dr. Barney B. Clark], 1983 Mar
21 78
"Smallpox drug found effective" - New York Times, 1984 Dec 10
21 79
"Unit will supply Du Pont with cancer-research mice" - Wall Street Journal, 1989 Jan 24