Dubos


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Du·bos

 (do͞o-bôs′), René Jules 1901-1982.
French-born American bacteriologist who isolated antibiotics from soil microorganisms and later wrote books on medical and ecological topics, including So Human an Animal (1968).

Du•bos

(duˈboʊs)

n.
Re•né Jules (rəˈneɪ) 1901–82, U.S. bacteriologist, born in France: early advocate of ecological concern.
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Daniel Jose PiEeiro, MD, FACC, chair of American College of Cardiology Assembly of International Governors, said: "As Rene Dubos famously stated, we need to 'think globally, act locally.
The same thing happened in Cincinnati in November when a deadlocked jury failed to indict former University of Cincinnati Ray Tensing for killing unarmed black motorist Samuel Dubos.
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In addition to the two 'big names', Morris pays homage to Rudolf Rocker, Rene Dubos, Lewis Mumford, and more indirectly even Marx, Engels, Emma Goldman and Mikhail Bakunin.
The observation of Rene Dubos, the noted microbiologist, experimental pathologist and humanist, appears prescient and relevant in this context: "It is most unlikely that drugs alone, or drugs supplemented by vaccination, can control TB in the underprivileged countries of the world as long as their nutritional status has not been raised to a reasonable level.
Emilie Frealle, [1] Dima El Safadi, [1] Amandine Cian, Estelle Aubry, Gabriela Certad, Marwan Osman, Agnes Wacrenier, Emmanuel Dutoit, Colette Creusy, Frangois Dubos, and Eric Viscogliosi
De entrada, el autor nos comparte una reflexion de Rene Dubos, a quien considera un clasico en los temas de salud que deberiamos tomar en cuenta en terminos de la definicion del desarrollo: "Una ciudad con enormes, numerosos y visibles hospitales no habla bien de ella.
He leave his five children, Nancy Scott and her husband, Robert of West Brookfield, Richard Enman of Greely, CO, Janet Enman of Rutland, Rebecca Enman of Leicester and Amy Cummings and her husband, Paul of Rutland; his sister, Catherine Nelson of Erie, PA; his five grandchildren, Jennifer (Scott) Dubos, Robyn Scott, Gregory Truscott, Samuel and Alison Cummings; his two great grandchildren, Shannon and Adam Tweraser; and many nieces and nephews.
Due attention is paid to his wide reading and his debts to Jonathan Richardson, Voltaire, Montesquieu, Dubos and others.
En su tratado de 1733, Reflexions critiques sur la poesie et la peinture (60), Jean-Baptiste Dubos da cuenta de una discusion similar en el terreno de la declamacion.
En la segunda mitad del siglo XX, en el marco del Estado de bienestar europeo, se desarrollo la epidemiologia social anglosajona, en sintonia con cierta vision critica de autores como McKeown y Dubos (11,12), pero directamente relacionada con los estudios Whitehall y el Informe Black (13,14) que modificaron el modelo epidemiologico clasico al destacar, como elemento importante, las desigualdades sociales en salud.