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To the Editor:—
Yes... old doctors don't quit... they just keep on... keeping on. Am wondering how many of my age are still keeping on? Born Nov. 9, 1867, graduated from Northwestern Med. 1899 and immediately located in Verona, Wis. (Dane County near Madison). Moved to Virginia in 1913. Practiced in James City County until 1917, when we moved to Newport News, where I joined the Elizabeth Buxton Hospital staff, and am still active in general practice.Attended that wonderful World Medical Convention in Richmond, Va., a year ago this last April and met some of my old Chicago friends. Dr. Julius H. Hess is a dear classmate, and am disappointed not to be able to attend our 55th class reunion.An older sister, Dr. Mary M. Cutler, graduate of Ann Arbor Med. in 1888, was sent to Korea as a medical missionary in 1894 and retired in 1940. On
Cutler JC. IN PRACTICE AT EIGHTY-SEVEN. JAMA. 1954;156(4):447. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02950040153020