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This book is obviously worth the money, which is more than you can say of many things these days. It brings together 34 articles which were published seriatim during the last couple of years in the New York State Journal of Medicine. McGraw-Hill have produced it in their usual exemplary style. The price is moderate or modest. It must be a challenging and, I suspect, a bitter and thankless task to keep 34 experts going in a similar direction at the same mean speed. Ellenberg and Rifkin seem to have edited this volume with enlightened patience and skill. They have not tried, or have certainly not succeeded in their efforts if they have tried, to smooth different styles, nor have they gone to excessive or pedantic lengths to prevent overlap. I think that their decision receives commendation from the easy flow and extensive sweep of most of the book, although
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