E. J. H.
The population center of the United States now lies somewhere in the prairies. Many years have passed since we were a nation of eccentric Anglo-Saxons confined to the Atlantic watershed of the Appalachians. The center of medical gravity, too, has shifted westward. Dr. Irvine Page (1), for one, will agree that in these days the medical muses do not all receive their mail in ZIP zones 02101 to 02193. Without choosing a fulcrum, we must note that Boston, Baltimore, and assorted satellites are balanced by schools of great substance between San Diego and Seattle.
Among the fine schools west of
H. EJ. The Men from U. C. L. A.. Ann Intern Med. 1966;64:216. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-64-1-216
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