Specific medication in specific maladies is now recognized as the objective point of medical research. Whatever the means employed, the course of events and the processes to that end, the object sought is the all-important question. The men who have, or do now, play a rôle in the endeavors of medical science, no matter how divergent their opinions may be, no matter how inharmonious their relations, results and manner of work, are only instruments for the accomplishment of a great task, and their personality and differences, as in all processes of evolution, are insignificant and inconsiderable as compared with the achievements sought for the benefit of mankind. Conflicts of intellects are as essential factors of medical evolution as are conflicts of intellects in other
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