CH. WARDELL STILES, PH.D.Zoologist, United States Bureau of Animal
Industry,WASHINGTON, D. C.
Let it be admitted from the start that this paper is written from the
standpoint of a zoologist, hence that it is not entirely free from the charge
of being a biased statement; let it also be admitted that the medical school
curriculum is already full to overflowing; further, that it is not the function
of a medical faculty to give to a man a general education, but rather to teach
him to diagnose diseases and prescribe treatment.
ZOOLOGY IN THE MEDICAL SCHOOL CURRICULUM.. JAMA. 2001;285(21):2690. doi:10.1001/jama.285.21.2690
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