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THE POET in terse words has pictured for us that sizable group of our fellow scientists who, plodding along, for the most part unheralded and unsung, are giving us new ideas and new methods to apply clinically to our everyday problems.
One will, I think, be surprised at the nature and amount of research study under way. At least one can surmise that our specialty is not standing still. It will be noted that the bulk of the work is not of an academic nature and interest but has a definitely objective implication toward the practical solving of problems. Undoubtedly, in a listing such as that which follows, some workers and their studies have been overlooked. If so, I offer apologies and ask to be further informed.
It will be of some satisfaction to note that most of this research is in the hands of the medical profession and its
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