Globe Subscribers For free access to the archives, log in here.

Over the next several weeks, The Boston Globe will be moving its archive search to a new provider as ProQuest ends its consumer archiver product. We think you'll like our new archive search features, and thanks so much for your support of the Globe!
Purchase Options
Start a New Search

Returning visitor?
    I already have a prepaid plan or subscription to the archives, log in...

FORGING HIS OWN PATH DENIED HELP FROM A BIG DRUG FIRM, A BOSTON DOCTOR STILL FINDS A WAY TO STUDY AN ARTHRITIS TREATMENT
[THIRD Edition]
Publication:Boston Globe - Boston, Mass.
Author:Dembner, Alice
Date:Jun 25, 2002
 Abstract (Document Summary)

After seeing similar results in other children, [David Trentham] decided to study the drug in those ages 6 to 14 and asked drug maker Wyeth for a donation of $15,000 worth of the antibiotic.  more...

The Terms of Service for this Web site are applicable to your use of the archive. Please read them. Your use of the site indicates your acceptance of these Terms of Service.

For the best site experience, please use a modern browser and enable JavaScript and Cookies.

Search | Saved Search | Login | Tips | FAQ | Pricing | Account | Help | About | Terms