T. Z. CASON
In the last decade the status of the internist has improved and his prestige has greatly increased. If we are to continue to improve and broaden our influence in relation to other groups, or if we are to retrogress, thus becoming only a minor part of the medical profession, depends on certain definite factors. The factors which probably have the greatest influence are: keenness of observation and the relations which we shall establish with the other departments of the science in which we are working, especially as these factors relate to research.
Already a considerable amount of pure medical research
CASON TZ. The Progress of Medical Research in the South1. Ann Intern Med. 1928;2:309–315. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-2-4-309
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