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June 30, 1934

Bernardino Ramazzini nel III centenario della nascita (1633-1933) Milano, 4 Ottobre 1933

JAMA. 1934;102(26):2225-2226. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750260071039

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This pamphlet, published by the Italian Society of Occupational Medicine, is an interesting review of the work of the great founder of modern occupational medicine. It contains some appreciative messages from Professor Butler of the International Labor Bureau and the lectures by Professor Martin of the University of Lyons, Professor Zangger of Zurich and Professor Oliver of Great Britain, Professor Gudjonsson of Copenhagen, and others from leading occupational clinics. The address of Professor Devoto, the "Grand Old Man" of occupational medicine, Milan, is inspiring. All the other short addresses portray some interesting side lights on the life of this remarkable teacher, whose intuitions on the pathologic lesions induced by various occupations mark him as a clinician of the first order.

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