Vol. 68 No. #15

More Stories from the October 8, 1955 issue

  1. Impaired Function Seen Favoring Kidney Graft

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  2. Satellite for Storm Patrol

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  3. New Machines and Gadgets

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  4. Front Matter

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  5. Heart Victims Survive

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  6. [Photograph]: Solar Battery Used

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  7. Australian Atomic Tests

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  8. Find Bright Comet Splits into Two

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  9. X-Rays Show Blood and Iron in Lung

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  10. Purple Color Test Detects Unusual Tumor

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  11. “Sleepy Rabbit” Helps Ready Child for Surgery

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  12. [Photograph]: Gluttonous Minks

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  13. National Science Fair

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  14. Prepare Now for Winter

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  15. Lung Cancer Outlook Is Called Grim

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  16. Serious Trouble Possible from Pain in the Neck

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  17. [Photograph]: Droop Snoot

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  18. Study Giant, Poisonous Colorado River Toad

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  19. First Civilian Skin Bank

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  20. [Photograph]: Ultra-Light Helicopter

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  21. Trees, Fences Prove Small Plane Hazard

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  22. Use Tissue Sponge to Soak up Dropsy Fluid

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  23. Horns in Girl’s Neck from Embryo Gills

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  24. In Science Fields

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  25. Monkey Business

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  26. Books of the Week

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  27. UNESCO Plan Cuts Instrument Damage

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  28. Bicarbonate Ions May Block Mineral Uptake

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  29. Computer Helps Find Vitamin B-12 Structure

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  30. Nature Ramblings: Hammer-Head Sharks

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  31. A.M.A. Runs New Tests on Decaffeinated Coffee

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