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January 22, 1955

MISCELLANY

JAMA. 1955;157(4):372-373. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02950210068029
Abstract

ROTARY'S GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY  Ben N. Saltzman, M.D., Mountain Home, Ark.Young Dr. William H. Anderson completed his examination of the young woman lying on the couch in his office."I can get you well," he told her, "but it will take a lot more than the contents of the bottles standing on these shelves in my office. I will drop by and see you at your home tomorrow."Early the next day he stopped by a ramshackle house on the edge of town and knocked at the door. The young woman who had been in his office the previous day came and answered it. As she invited him inside he stepped across the room and carefully emptied the bulging contents of a paper bag he had been carrying onto a table. Pointing to a stack of groceries now lying there, he said: "Eat three good meals a day. If you

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