There is to me an inexpressible charm in the lives of the good, brave learned men whose only objects have been and are to alleviate pain and to save life.—G. A. Sala.
Dr. FOX, as editor of the Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology for the past ten years, has, with his usual sense of fairness and justice and his inexhaustible capacity for work, carried on the onerous and time-consuming duties usually entailed by such a position. That he has been highly successful in this effort is only stating a fact known by the overwhelming majority of the devotees of the celebrated periodical which he nurtured for a decade and which on Jan. 1, 1948 will be seventy-eight years young. In that space of time not a single issue has been omitted. Its list of editors and the members of its various editorial boards read like a "Who's Who in
BECHET PE. HOWARD FOX—A LEADER IN MEDICINE AND A GREAT DERMATOLOGIST. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1947;56(5):560–577. doi:10.1001/archderm.1947.01520110006002
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