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The author is a noted physiologist who has spent most of his professional life in research in the field of the internal secretions. His own work and interest and his editorial activities have given him a very broad knowledge of the tremendous literature of the subject.
It was no easy task that he set for himself, that of presenting in a semi-popular style "the more significant aspects of endocrinology as known today" without indulging too freely in its romantic temptations, but the author has succeeded very well indeed in giving a lucid, reasonably concise and sufficiently conservative exposition of his
The Tides of Life. The Endocrine Glands in Bodily Adjustment.. Ann Intern Med. 1933;7:406. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-7-3-406_1
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