KEVIN M. CAHILI, M.D.
In our age such great usefulness redounds to the physician from his travels that noone puts much faith in the authority of a physician who has not set foot outside his native land, and although each may have at home in abundance those things which are necessary for medical instruction, nevertheless they ought to be strengthened or increased by a comparison with things abroad. There is a vast delight and pleasure in gazing upon foreign lands and fields, mountains and rivers, observing the benignity of nature's variety everywhere, the different conditions of the sick in homes and in hospitals with
CAHILI KM. The Need to Travel. Ann Intern Med. 1962;56:354–357. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-56-2-354
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