DAVID N. W. GRANT
The opportunity to speak before the regional meeting of the American College of Physicians, an organization so well known for its pioneer work in elevating and improving the standards of medical practice, is indeed a pleasure. Your college has offered recognition to physicians attaining a certain degree of proficiency, and at the same time, which is perhaps more important, has provided through its scientific sessions and its publications, invaluable postgraduate instruction.
Due to the efforts of such organizations, American medicine has indeed made phenomenal advances. Since 1900, the total death rate per 100,000 has been reduced nearly 50 per cent
GRANT DNW. MEDICAL CARE OF AVIATION PERSONNEL1. Ann Intern Med. 1943;18:926–928. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-18-6-926
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