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August 13, 1904

The Failure of the Laboratory Worker as a Practitioner.

JAMA. 1904;XLIII(7):479-480. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500070039017

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Abstract

Galesburg, Ill., Aug. 1, 1904.

To the Editor:  —I was one of those who enjoyed the hospitality of the University of Pennsylvania during the dedication of its new medical laboratories at the close of the Atlantic City session. I was greatly impressed, as every one of the Association members must have been, with the evident completeness of the great building for the purposes for which it was designed. I was also interested in viewing the exhibit of the work which had been done in recent years by the students in the medical department, the exhibit from the course in surgical pathology being especially fine. From Philadelphia I went to one of the coast cities in the East, where a large number gather each year for medical instruction. There I learned personally of some of the methods of instructing medical students, both graduate and undergraduate.It has been my privilege and

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