CHARLES S. STEPHENSON
The effects of war or preparation for defense have always posed special service problems for medical men, for wherever the armies of the many warring Nations have fought there also the soldier-surgeon-physician, men of genius like Ambrose Paré, Dominique Larry, Sir John Pringle, Sir Ronald Ross, Major Walter Reed, and countless others, have carried their skills to the battlefields in an effort to prevent illness and to mitigate the suffering of the wounded.
The whole map of this World War is being so speedily reshaped by the ebb and flow of British naval might and German military power that it
STEPHENSON CS. SPECIAL MEDICAL SERVICE IN THE DEFENSE PROGRAM1. Ann Intern Med. 1941;15:1–17. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-15-1-1
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