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October 1953


AMA Arch Intern Med. 1953;92(4):455-457. doi:10.1001/archinte.1953.00240220003002

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IT IS WITH great satisfaction that two new members are welcomed to the Archives Board to fill the vacancies created by Dr. Wilder's retirement and the untimely death of Dr. Reginald Fitz.

DR. WILLIAM BENNETT BEAN  Dr. William Bennett Bean is already a familiar figure to Archives readers through many noteworthy contributions, the most recent of which was his delightful essay, "Caritas Medici," in the July issue. He has the gift of elegant and succinct expression, and the slant of his medical thinking can best be set down in his own words, quoted from a recent letter, "My medical interests are eclectic and universal. In addition to cardiology, nutrition and liver disease, my favorite hobby is deflating the stuffed shirts."Dr. Bean has been professor and head of the department of Internal Medicine of the State University of Iowa College of Medicine since 1948. After his graduation from the University

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