ThesisMackey, Susan EllenPeople who develop Multiple Sclerosis (M.S.) suffer a slow progressive neurologic disability that leaves them unable to control their body movements. This study was done: (1) to determine if a small Alaskan community had a higher incidence rate than t . . .
ThesisYee, Jean GeeNeonates classified as high and low risk for developmental complications were examined in a hospital clinic at six months of age. Among several measures of infant development, weight was selected for a study of dropout effects. At the six month clinic . . .