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Mr. President and Gentlemen:
I shall not explore the limits of your patience or abuse the courtesy of your attention by proffering in twenty minutes' time the brief of a long debate or the essence of a book. Let me rather submit to you only three scattered experiences of the past few years and conclude with a question which you are better qualified to answer than any other persons I know. The experiences may seem unrelated at first but I trust a certain coherence will be evident in due course, and I hope eagerly for as many answers later from
GREGG A. A BROADER VIEW OF POSTMORTEM EXAMINATIONS1. Ann Intern Med. 1938;12:249–252. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-12-2-249
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