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January 10, 1903

A Side Light on Ethics.

JAMA. 1903;XL(2):112. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490020043014

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Abstract

Detroit, Jan. 3, 1903.

To the Editor:  —I ask permission to add my approval to the wise, just and timely "thesis" under the above title by Dr. Robert T. Gillmore, which appeared in your issue of January 3.In his communication the Doctor has so ably covered the ground that there is very little left for those who agree with him to say except to express their approval and add their sincere "Amen."Those, if there are any such, who are disposed to differ with the Doctor's views are not likely to present their arguments either in the columns of The Journal or elsewhere. I have heretofore given such expression as I could to the feeling of shame and regret with which the commercial spirit at present animating and overruling our profession has affected me. Consequently Dr. Gillmore's presentation of the subject afforded me sincere gratification. With medical students and

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