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Writing of the late Dr. Meyer's reticence about attempting an autobiography, Dr. Emil Novak in his Memoir which introduces the book says, "I believe that I may claim credit for being at least partially responsible for Meyer's later willingness to prepare this autobiography." Dr. Novak characterizes Dr. Meyer's position during the period of German preeminence in the medical world as follows, ". . . not only through his writings but through his students he became the world's dean of gynecological pathology."
The book is dedicated, "To My Friends in the United States of America." There are no chapters as such,
Autobiography of Dr. Robert Meyer (1864-1947).. Ann Intern Med. 1953;38:1090–1091. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-38-5-1090_3
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