FRANK C. MANN, M.D.
It is the ideal and ambition of the investigator in experimental medicine to discover new facts by the experimental method in order to aid the clinician in his work of preventing disease and healing the sick. While I would object strenuously to the viewpoint that all experimental research should be practical in nature or have a practical aspect, because it is not possible to evaluate research in terms of practical application, nevertheless the experimental investigator with a clinical point of view strives to undertake to investigate those problems in which the answer may ultimately benefit the patient. This was the
FRANK C. MANN. HEPATIC FUNCTION IN RELATION TO HEPATIC PATHOLOGY: EXPERIMENTAL
OBSERVATIONS(HEPATIC FUNCTION IN RELATION TO HEPATIC PATHOLOGY: EXPERIMENTAL
OBSERVATIONS*). Ann Intern Med. 1934;8:432–443. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-8-4-432
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1934;8(4):432-443.
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